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Community outreach activities.

The importance of inspiring a diverse talent base in our future generation of engineers can't be neglected.


We have visited several schools and exhibitions around London and the South East to demonstrate what engineers do, the possibilities ahead of them and even made some educational games to demonstrate some basic scientific principles.

We have also made appearances on media outlets such as Sky Sports to discuss what we are doing within the motorsport space and some of the initiatives we have developed to drive change in our industry.

As part of a collaboration between Mission 44 and Motorsport UK, Wavey Dynamics was asked to develop an activation aimed at engaging and inspiring children aged 11 - 14.into STEM careers through the platform of motorsport.


As part of Sky Sports feature on Black figures in motorsport for Black History Month, our director Jahee had an appearance alongside driver Sara Misir where he talked about some of our initiatives and ambitions within the motorsport and high performance engineering space.

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As part of The Black STEAM event organised by Blast Fest, we were invited to talk to children & young people on the opportunities in STEM careers open to them through the platform of motorsport.


Routes into Engineering: A talk with year 8 and 9 students on the occupation of engineering, explaining the different engineering disciplines and our role in todays society. We also discussed what kinds of projects they may be lucky enough to work on if they choose to pursue further education. This was followed by a Q&A session.


In March 2019 our director, Jahee visited Holmleigh Primary school in East London with friend and colleague Dan Beeks to give a talk to the Year 1 students (Ages 5-6) on some simple engineering concepts.


Wavey Dynamics kicked off a community outreach program with an exhibition at Brighton & Hove’s first annual Motor Show in June 2017.

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