The Schools’ Observatory: 6 Week STEM Clubs Resources
October 30th 2023

The Schools’ Observatory: 6 Week STEM Clubs Resources

Liverpool John Moores University started the Schools’ Observatory with the mission: Access to the Universe for All. They use the wonders of space to inspire the next generation of scientists, programmers and engineers and provide free use of the world’s largest robotic telescope, the Liverpool Telescope.

They also provide quality programmes designed to have a positive impact on teaching and learning in schools, including a series of Bronze, Silver and Gold Six Week STEM Club Resources for both primary and secondary aged students.

Resources include:
The Solar System, The Moon, Stars, Careers in Space and Mission to Mars.

Activity examples:
– Why do we have day and night?
– Can you recreate beautiful objects in space?
– Find an asteroid with the world’s largest robotic telescope!
– Compare planets and explore the moon!
– What will you need for a trip to Mars?
– Build and launch a rocket!

The Schools’ Observatory: Learn About Space Resources
STEM Clubs & 6 Week STEM Clubs Resources
ESERO: School Space Resources
Resources: Artemis Mission to the Moon

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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