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Apollo scene setting

This lesson sets the scene for the study of the Lunar Discs, and gets students to think about the contexts and history leading to the collection of the Lunar samples in the loan boxes. By considering the events of the space race, role playing taking a moonwalk, and considering the actions of the astronauts,...

Lesson 3: What are the microplastics and where do they come from?

In this lesson, students develop their understanding of how human actions can have a negative impact on the marine environment. The context of this lesson is investigating the amount of microplastics that students use every day in personal hygiene products.

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Martian Explorers: Design a New Mars Rover

Aimed at the 11-14 age group, this is a unit of six one-hour design and technology lessons to develop an understanding of how systems on exploration robots are combined and collect data. Students are given a design brief to build their own model rover, experientially, to function in simulated Martian conditions....

Martian Explorers: Investigating the Engineering of the ExoMars Rover

This is a unit of three two hour lessons to consolidate understanding of the specialised materials and mechanisms used on exploration robots. Students build or test, or build and test these to develop knowledge and evaluate them.  These resources are aimed at the 14-16 age group.  The context is focussed on the...

Sarah Outen science (7-11)

This resource provides ten enquiry based resources for 7-11 year olds which look at living things, within the context of Sarah Outen’s epic London to London journey. The lessons look at the role of exercise and diet in keeping healthy, the human skeleton and muscles and their role in movement, the effect of...

Lesson 6: How do you recover a submarine with levers and pulleys?

This activity supports children in developing their understanding of levers and pulleys, relating this to how cranes launch and recover submersibles. It follows on from Lesson 5 where children designed and built a crane. In this lesson they add a lever or pulley...

Lesson 5: How do you launch a submarine with strong structures?

In this activity liked to children look at how cranes help to launch submersibles. They investigate how cranes work and design and make their own working crane models. They also construct a model submersible to launch and recover once their crane is complete.

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Lesson 4: How do you choose materials for a submarine?

This lesson discusses the properties of materials and their use in submersible design. Children look at submersible designs from the past and the materials that they were made from. They learn about the design specification of a submersible and find out about different possible materials that could be used in...

Lesson 3: What forces affect submarines?

In this lesson children find out about the forces acting upon submersibles and investigate how the how the shape of an object affects the speed at which it descends through water.

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Lesson 2: What lives in the deep sea?

This lesson explores the depth of the ocean through creating a scale diagram of the different ocean zones and identifying significant points within these zones. Children will think about the challenges deep sea exploration poses for humans and how they might be overcome. They also examine submersibles and...

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