ESERO-UK (the European Space Education Resource Office for the UK) is an education project from the European Space Agency (ESA).
ESERO-UK has been established at the National STEM Learning Centre through funding from ESA and the Department for Education. ESERO-UK promotes space in the UK and the use of space to enhance and support STEM teaching and learning in the UK.
The resources in this collection bring together materials from ESA and other providers to both promote space exploration, and also help teachers and lecturers to use space as an engaging context for teaching and learning in STEM subjects. In addition to its resource collections, ESERO-UK has established a network of space ambassadors across the UK to actively support partners from the space education sector in their work with schools and colleges.
Further information is available from the ESERO-UK website.
Queen Mary University of London and the South East Physics Network have produced three particle physics kits for use in schools: Building the Universe; Fisson and Fusion and an A-level Particle Physics kit. All the kits use Lego bricks as fundamental particles, so that students can build atoms and look at the...
This collection, produced by Dr. Lucie Green, from the Mullard Space Science Laboratory, contains three resources: Short Astronomy Related Activities; the Secondary School Activity Booklet; and the Primary School Activity Booklet.
The Short Astronomy Related Activities contains eight activities, covering topics...
The Science@ESA vodcasts explore the extraordinary Universe in which we live, as it is seen through the "eyes" of ESA's fleet of science spacecraft.
This collection contains case studies and evaluation studies from work funded by or associated with ESERO-UK. ESERO-UK is the European Space Education Resource Office, otherwise known as the UK Space Education Office.Funded by the European Space Agency and the Department of Education, the ESERO-UK is part of a larger...