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Take part in our live Mission X online training

On 15 February 2017 between 4:30-5pm, ESERO-UK is running a live demonstration around Mission X.


Enriching the primary curriculum using space and astronomy

Using the inspirational elements of space and astronomy, engage in activities to extend pupils' knowledge.

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ESA Astronaut Tim Peake becomes first honorary STEM Ambassador

In recognition of Tim Peake’s outstanding contribution to raising the profile of STEM subjects amongst young people, Tim Peake is the UK’s first honorary STEM Ambassador.

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Mission X: Teachers attend launch of project to take children to infinity and beyond

The launch provided the opportunity for those who have signed up to the Mission X project to meet others taking part from around the country.

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Paxi animations

These animations are a great introduction to learning about space and ESA missions in a way that is accessible to children.



The latest on telescope (SKA) development and how we use technology to view the universe and predict the past and future.

UK space education office

ESERO-UK, also known as the UK space education office, provides free resources, support and information for teachers to enhance the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) using space as a context.

Inspiring resources

Space resources freely available. ESERO-UK has built a collection of space-themed teaching and learning resources for STEM teachers.

Tim Peake

Tim Peake

Access free resources, news and competitions focused on British ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station.


Teacher using an iPad

Get inspired by the latest space news and blogs from our network of space ambassadors and subject specialists.

Space ambassadors

Teacher with Pupil

Get support for your school from our network of space ambassadors.


Teacher with experiment

Book onto ESERO-UK’s high-impact CPD and bring space into your classroom.

About us

Find out more about ESERO and support for space education in the UK