Using reality television, Elliott created a unique way to engage his class in learning about the solar system.
In this activity children use the exciting space mission to understand the concept of orbits and to link this to their understanding of gravity.
IOPSpark has been designed to give teachers, trainees and teacher trainers a one-stop-destination to access the best physics resources available.
Why and how to borrow the Moon. The Apollo missions brought back 382kg of Moon rock.
Resources developed by the Climate Change Schools Project to support climate literacy.
Royal Meteorological Society
Curriculum-linked science teaching resources based on the work of scientists connected with the Royal Society, allowing teachers and students.
Borrow unique NASA Moon rock samples and Natural History Museum meteorites in this scheme run by STFC.
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Last year, students at Space School participated in many activities, such as building their own lunar lander, building their own spectroscope as pa
Jeremy Curtis, Head of Education and Skills at the UK Space Agency, writes: As Tim Peake, the first British European Space Agency astronaut enters