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Innovation and discovery in space

Tuesday, 19 March, 2013 - 09:00 to 13:15

The event focuses on space innovation and discovery. The event runs over 4 hours and the 120 pupils will be split into 4 groups and will rotate around the activities;

Activity 1 – Stardome from Keele University looking at space discovery

Activity 2 – Rockets – pupils will be designing and testing rockets which they will launch in the playground (weather permitting)

Activity 3 – Programming a Luna robot – pupils will be using Lego Mindstorms to plan a route across a Luna surface.

Activity 4 – Story telling – pupils will engage in a story telling session and then either create a poem based on a space travel or send a post card from space.

Categories: 
General Science, Maths, Space Science and Technology
Age group: 
11–14 year olds
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