Classroom Space is a national project that aims to revitalise science education in the UK, using Space Science and Astronomy to teach aspects of mainstream science.

This website is designed to be a teaching resource. You can search for our space-related activities under the various module headings, or look under the appropriate Key Stage to find what we have to offer.

Our resources are all linked to the Science National Curriculum, with some also incorporating the Mathematics, ICT and Geography curricula.

In each activity you will find teacher guides, answer sheets and overheads; student worksheets, and real space data - either in hard copy (tables you can print out), or electronic format (files which can be downloaded and used with computer packages such as Excel).

Some documents are in pdf format - to download these you will first need to install Acrobat © Reader TM onto your computer. This is free and easy to do:

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There are also links to other resources which you may find useful for background information, or which you can direct your students to for research purposes.

If you would like us to notify you when new resources are put on line then e-mail us with your name and the name of your school at:

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