Last Friday, a mixed age group of Fram students, interested in computer programming, had a fantastic day out to a session organized by Northumbria Water in association with Oracle. While waiting for the Oracle session students played football, volleyball, golf and with Scalextric. Staff from the Oracle then explained how they have teamed up with the Bloodhound project (a supersonic car that aims to break the land speed record), providing data analysis in order to help the car reach 1000 mph. Fram students were then given laptops and a series of Python coding challenges which they responded to with real focus and enthusiasm. They were absolutely brilliant ambassadors for the school.