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Climate change and Earth from Space: remoteRP187

This course looks explains how scientists and engineers are tracking climate change from space, using satellites. The causes and consequences of climate change are explained. We try out engaging practical activities linking to our climate and space.  Finally, we look at ways that satellites can help us to combat...

Our Solar SystemRP189

Participants will take a trip around the Solar System and a journey through time to increase their knowledge and understanding of planetary bodies and key events in the history of the Universe. Discover how the context of space can be used to deliver activities to enthuse and engage, enriching and supporting the STEM...

Mission to the MoonRP186

During this exciting session, participants will increase their knowledge of the Moon and learn how real missions and space research can be used to inspire their pupils and improve their STEM skills. Build ‘lunar’ mountains and work scientifically to investigate the relationship between the height of...

Space Education Quality Mark induction for secondary schoolsSE200

The Space Education Quality Mark (SEQM) is designed to support schools and colleges using the subject of space to inspire and engage their students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.The SEQM is an award given to schools that have used the context of space to enhance learning across...

Teaching primary science: exploring spaceNE003

Explore the Moon, Mars and deep space with your primary pupils through practical activities and the exciting context of space exploration when teaching the primary curriculum. Learn about current and future space missions, aiming to explore our solar system and beyond. Discover effective ways in which to engage pupils...

Teaching primary science: human spaceflightNE002

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 astronaut’s space suit can bring in aspects of the science curriculum to do with...

Teaching climate changeNE213

Developed in partnership with ESERO Ireland and ESERO UK, this course introduces the topic of climate change and the work of the European Space Agency. In this course you’ll explore the difference between weather and climate, as well as how climate is affected by earth process and human factors. You will...

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