The Royal Observatory Edinburgh is currently recruiting Scottish primary schools to take part in the second year of the Tim Peake Primary Project. The project is free to schools and provides £500 worth of resources and support to help schools use space as an inspiring context for teaching and learning across the curriculum. Participating schools receive:
* a space resource box containing a range of highly-rated cross-curricular classroom resources
* on-line CPD sessions delivered by Space Ambassadors
* a classroom visit by your Space Ambassador, or a visit for your class to the Royal Observatory Edinburgh
The project was a great success in its first year, with over 50 schools taking part across Scotland and teachers reporting great outcomes for both their students and themselves. Any schools interested in taking part this year or learning more about the project should contact Olivia Johnson at the Royal Observatory on firstname.lastname@example.org by 18 November.