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Teaching primary science: exploring space

Teaching primary science: exploring space

Discover how space exploration can inspire your primary science students and engage them in working scientifically.

Space resources

Cross-curricular science ideas web: space

This resource provides ideas for incorporating science teaching into the topic space.

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Calendar of events: 2018-19

We've put together a handy calendar of upcoming CPD, events and awareness days.

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Teaching primary science: humans in space

Identify opportunities across the curriculum to use space as a context for learning.

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Cross-curricular science ideas web: space

This resource produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) provides ideas for incorporating science teaching into the topic Space. Divided into three age ranges which span the primary phase, each web contains nine curriculum linked ideas for learning science within the topic context. The ideas webs can be...
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Mission X: train like an astronaut

Mission X is supported by the UK Space Agency, ESA and NASA. It is a free education programme developed by NASA scientists and fitness professional working with astronaut and space agencies across the world. Mission X uses the excitement of space exploration to inspire students to learn more about nutrition, exercise...
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Mission: Starlight

This resource, from the Royal Society of Chemistry,  is about protecting astronauts from the effects of harmful UV light. Students can experiment with different materials to discover which blocks UV light the best and can inform the Royal Society of Chemistry about their results to receive a...
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Secondary and A level computing resources

Deepen your understanding and knowledge across the computing curriculum with our range of quality-assured resources.

The science of learning

Draw upon educational neuroscience and psychology to gain an insight into how students learn. 

STEM careers

A selection of resources, programmes and guidance to help you provide the best possible support to young people.

Space

Resources using space as a context for teaching from ESERO-UK, the UK space education office.

CPD

Teaching primary science: humans in spaceNE002

This course is available for free to SEQM participants with a valid voucher code. Learn online the context of human spaceflight provides an engaging way for learning STEM subjects. There are many topics in the primary science curriculum where you can use the theme of space to engage pupils. For example, designing an...

ESERO-UK primary conferenceSV005

The annual ESERO-UK primary conference 2018 will be held alongside the UK Space Conference. Participants will be able to engage in activities linked ESA's ExoMars mission, the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the First Manned Lunar Landing and the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope. Participants will gain free...

Teaching primary science: exploring spaceNE003

Online course. Flexible participation. Learn about current and future space missions, aiming to explore our solar system and beyond. Discover effective ways in which to engage pupils in science and wider STEM activities linked to space exploration. In this course, you'll discuss with other teachers and draw upon a...

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Space

Resources using space as a context for teaching from ESERO UK, the UK space education office.

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