ESERO: Space Education Quality Mark – Schools & Colleges
March 02nd 2023

ESERO: Space Education Quality Mark – Schools & Colleges

 ESERO-UK’s Space Education Quality Mark (SEQM) is designed to support schools and colleges using the subject of space to inspire and engage their students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

Why get involved?
-gain recognition for your achievements
-forge links with space professionals and organisations
-raise the profile of quality STEM teaching within your school or college
-inspire students to take STEM subjects

What support will I receive?
Schools and colleges taking part in the mark will receive a box of resources, information about enrichment opportunities, and the opportunity to take part in webinars and face-to-face and online CPD. There will also be opportunities to engage in space competitions and challenges.

Importantly, the mark is FREE to take part in.
There are three possible levels – bronze, silver and gold.

Click here to apply


ESERO-UK (The UK Space Education and Resource Office) aims to use the context of space to open doors for young people by delivering engaging, world-class teaching in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Working alongside STEM Learning, ESERO-UK is able to provide influence, funding and services to improve the teaching of STEM subjects in schools and colleges and inspire young people through enrichment activities.

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All About STEM works on lots of exciting STEM projects. As part of the STEM Learning family, we manage the STEM Ambassador Hub in Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington, working closely with the regional Science Learning Partnerships in Merseyside and Warrington and Cheshire and Wirral. 

We also manage the STEM Enrichment Partnership for the North West which includes STEM Clubs, ESERO UK (Space) and Nuffield Research Placements.

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