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Space for expanding pupils' aspirations

Workshop

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Space and STEM in Schools

Cancelled

Date and Time

21 September 2017 - 16:00-18:30

Location

Coventry, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - W.Mids:Coventry&Warks local network.


About this event


Speakers:

Thomas Killestine, winner of the BAA Sir Patrick Moore Award, 2016

Hayley Smith, the National Space Academy

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Programme


4:00pm Arrival, T&C, light buffet
4:15pm Exo-planets and the Search for Alien Life
5:05pm National Space Academy
6:00pm Networking
6:30pm Departure

Continuing Professional Development

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Additional information


Thomas will describe how he set up an Astronomy Club in his school and will present his lecture on Exo-Planets and the Search for Alien Life

Hayley Smith will outline the Principia teaching resources developed with Tim Peake and also let attendees know about our masterclass and CPD programmes.

Registration information


Non-essential but please reserve a place to help with refreshment planning

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