Our Sky Champs education programme, supported by M6toll, provides fun educational resources for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 students in reading, writing, maths and creative skills, such as colouring sheets and word searches.
Designed in line with the national curriculum, each activity has been designed and created by a CECET Improvement Adviser and former head teacher of an Ofsted Outstanding school.
Each section uses real life examples from Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, meaning that class work is not only fun, it will also give pupils an insight into the charity’s work.
Online Learning Platform
We’re future proofing our Sky Champs education packs by launching an online learning platform which will be easy for both teachers and students to use!
It's an interactive way to engage students using educational resources designed in line with the national curriculum and will also introduce them to the important work of a local lifesaving charity.
Register your interest by filling out the form below!
Sky Champs is kindly supported by M6toll.
In Partnership With M6toll
The Sky Champs’ Education Programme is proudly partnered by Midland Expressway Limited (MEL) operators of the M6toll.
In partnership withM6toll, we're launching our MAAC Moguls competition for schools, a challenge designed to give secondary school pupils across the region the chance to develop their business skills.
Teachers with students in Year Ten are being encouraged to register their interest in the competition by 15th December, by filling out the form below.
Shortlisted teams of six will have the chance to pitch their entrepreneurial ideas to five local business leaders to gain funding for their plans.
Five successful teams from each of the Midlands counties will be presented with£100each for their concept, which they will be given12 weeksto grow into a£500+ donation for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
Each team will be mentored through the process by the business leaders, providing them with unique experience to help make their CVs stand out from the crowd.