The topic of Space holds fascination for many people of all ages. But did you know that we can use “Space” as a context of delivery through which much of the primary science curriculum can be taught? This is a super way of engaging young students and inspiring them in those all-important STEM subjects.
In this session, I will show you a fantastic plethora of quality assured resources developed by ESERO-UK (European Space Educational Resource Office) which can be used free of charge to support you. From material science to forces, plants to chemistry, there is something there for everyone. Each resource is designed to link specifically to the National Curriculum and is laid out in such a way that is easy to follow and implement.
I will also help to support your school to reflect on your long- term planning for science and help colleagues to gain confidence in transforming either individual classrooms or indeed whole schools into “space rich” learning environments.