To stimulate scientific vocations, the Rangsdorf school in Germany called on Sven Schrape, an engineer from Rolls Royce Motors. The intervention of this professional with a class helps the youngest to get interest in sciences : Sven Schrape will teach children how to build and launch rockets from simple materials.
The engineer notices that children understand better when they are having fun. It will therefore offer them several fun experiences per year, including the creation of rockets. By accompanying the students in this activity, he lets them act on their own. For him, it is important that they can work independently, without strict instructions. He observed that this method allows students to develop more fun and motivation. This kind of activity can be used in the long term to maintain children's interest in science so that they can make it their career.