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Curiosity makes a great scientist. This exercise invites students to design their own experiment to answer their own questions about life in space.
Curriculum Links and Differentiation
February 6, 2017
Introducing Chapter Four we have astronomer Sheila Kanani talking to Lucy Hawking about doing experiments in space. Visit the Chapter Four to download the activities, teaching notes and more great resources.
February 3, 2015
What is your job – can you describe a typical day in your work life? My days vary – some days I’m in the office in Swindon, catching up with colleagues, having meetings and managing the education programme from my desk. I spend a lot of time on the phone as I have about 30 […]
February 1, 2017
Each month we’re looking to showcase some Star Apprentices and we want your students to help us find them! Ask two of your students to interview each other about the best things they’ve learnt about space as they’ve been working their way through the Space Diary, or interview your child if you’re a Home Educator. Encourage […]
December 13, 2016
Download detailed curriculum links and ideas for differentiation for your region: England, Scotland, Northern Ireland or Wales. You can also read an overview of the subjects covered by the Space Diary programme below, then visit the Activities page to search for content by Subject. ENGLAND SCOTLAND WALES NORTHERN IRELAND Overview The Space Diary is made up of […]