ESERO-UK

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.

Resources

Rosetta in the Primary Classroom

After a ten-year journey through deep space, the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft  become the first spacecraft to rendezvous with a comet. These activities are designed to help children from ages 4 - 11 learn more about our Solar System and beyond, generate enthusiasm for science and perhaps give them a...

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2010 to date

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UNAWE

European Universe Awareness (UNAWE) comprises a global network of almost 500 astronomers, teachers and educators. Providing a platform for sharing ideas, best practice and resources it aims to broaden children’s horizons beyond their local area and to show them that they are part of a global community.

The...

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2010 to date

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Rosetta in the Secondary Classroom

This series of classroom resources use the context of space, Rosetta, and comets as background to cover curricular subjects such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, and astronomy. The mission of the Rosetta spacecraft is to rendezvous with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko where it will study the nucleus of...

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2010 to date

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Astro Pi

Leading UK space organisations have joined forces with British ESA Astronaut Tim Peake and Raspberry Pi to offer students a chance to devise and code their own apps or experiment to run in space.

Two Raspberry Pi computers are planned to be flown to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of Tim’s six...

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2010 to date

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