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Space contexts for education.
Skills development for the space sector.

An Award-Winning Team

Space Academy Group PhotoNational Space Academy team members from across the UK have won awards for education from organisations such as the Institute of Physics, the Royal Astronomical Society, the Teaching Awards Trust and the Royal Society.  

All of our Lead Educators are outstanding subject specialists with years of teaching experience. Our team also includes numerous Advanced Skills Teachers and a National Expert STEM teacher, working with world class scientists and engineers to bring cutting edge science to the classroom.

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Upcoming Courses

  • Non-Specialist Physics CPD

    2September 2016 onwards

    National Space Centre, Leicester

    "Space" and the physics curriculum – it's so much more than just the orbits of the planets or the ultimate fate of the Universe. Contexts from space science can be successfully used for teaching topics as diverse as gravity, phases of matter and even the physics behind the motor effect.

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  • Chemistry CPD

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    September 2016 onwards

    The National Space Centre, Leicester

    These sessions will enable teachers of chemistry to explore a range of ideas for teaching topics across the chemistry curriculum and develop an understanding of how practical work can be made more relevant and effective using the inspirational context of Martian exploration.

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  • Astronomy CPD for GCSE

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    September 2016 onwards

    National Space Centre, Leicester

    These full-day, intensive CPD sessions will introduce you to a range of hands-on teaching ideas, demonstrations and activities to allow you to bring the topic of Astronomy alive in your classroom.

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