The National Space Academy project has become the UK's leading national education programme based on space science and engineering, with full
In this activity children will test methods of measuring length and discuss their accuracy.
Jeremy Curtis, Head of Education and Skills at the UK Space Agency, writes: As Tim Peake, the first British European Space Agency astronaut enters
In this activity children will investigate how sounds are made and will attempt to make sounds of their own.
In this activity children work out how Tasers work in the context of Wonder Woman learning how to use it.
In this activity children consider scientific evidence about the Earth and other planets and consider what factors make a planet suitable for life.
In this activity children use data to determine positions using the same method as satellite navigation equipment.
In this activity children will think about what they would need to survive in the jungle and consider the implications of having no electricity.
With an issue entitled 'What's out there?', you could be forgiven for asking 'What is out there: really out there?' How fa
In this activity children learn how sounds are made and the difference between speaking and snoring and which parts of the body are responsible.