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人類宇宙飛行に対する生徒たちの関心を高めるためのイギリス宇宙庁の取り組みについては、次のサイトをご覧ください。 http://www.esero.org.uk/missionx

人類宇宙飛行に対する生徒たちの関心を高めるためのESA(欧州宇宙機構)の取り組みについては、次のサイトをご覧ください。www.esa.int/spaceflight/education

英国のニュース

  • Mission Success!

    Mission Success

    Mission Success!
    Astro Charlie has now completed his mission to the Moon. All the activities and points collected by your students have been added to the points from other countries. So the Mission Goal has been achieved! Astro Charlie has been joined by his Astro Friends and the ESA Mascot, Paxi! Why not post this picture on the wall of your school and send us pictures of your Mission X displays.

  • Blue Peter features Mission X Train Like an Astronaut

    Barney Trains Like an Astronaut

    Watch out for Barney interviewing Tim Peake on April 10th at 5.30 on Blue Peter on CBBC! Barney then visits Summerville Primary School in Salford where he has a go at training as an astronaut alongside the pupils.

  • Lift Off at Willow Farm!

    Over the last four weeks we have worked on the five main fitness components to try and improve our skills and make a progression in physical fitness.

    We have undertaken activities that have been designed for NASA Astronauts who need to improve their fitness before a mission in space.

    For the final week we are measuring the progressions we have made by working with a partner to complete various tasks.

    The Stations

    • Balance – on a thin beam balance for a minute, to also improve coordination this even further can you put five cones on your head one by one and then take them off again

    • Traffic Light Shuttles – Go from Blue (Start) to Red, to Yellow, to Green (each a further distance away) as quickly times as possible

    • Cube – using hand eye coordination skills bounce a basketball once and try to land it into a cubed box you are 7 yards away

    • Rest – stay hydrated and stretch your muscles to prevent injury

  • Crew Assembly with Year 5 at Sarum Hall

    Crew Assembly at Sarum Hall

    Year 5 finished their last science mission last week by completing Crew Asswmbly. They all wore two pairs of gloves (one very large) and then worked in teams to put together a puzzle and biuld a cup pyramid. They also sorted some statements about the Earth, Sun and Moon into true and false groups and then they ate some freeze dried astronaut ice cream and drank juice form pouches just like the astronauuts do! We learnt a lot and had great fun completing Mission X 2014.

  • Landing Dates on the Horizon!

    Go Mission X

    Congratulations to all the schools who have been taking part in Mission X. I know a number of schools are planning or have hosted closing events! Do let us know what you have planned and we will send you some Mission X flags and certificates to help you celebrate! Dates in the diary already are:

    Eastlea Community School May 7
    Kingswinford School June 6
    Scottish Schools June 16 at University of Strathclyde
    International event June 19 - 21 Belgium
    UK Closing Events July 18th at Farnborough

    Go Mission X!

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