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Space book giveaway

15,000 free books to be given away to UK schools to get children excited about space


A new school project will encourage thousands of British students to explore the Universe, thanks to freely available teaching resources. Curved House Kids have launched a new primary education programme, in partnership with the Science and Technologies Facilities Council (STFC).  The Deep Space Diary programme introduces KS2/P5-7 students to astronomy, physics, engineering and space through the story of the James Webb Space Telescope. With the support of the STFC, 15,000 free books will be available to schools across the UK with priority given to those in disadvantaged areas or with high numbers of pupil premium.

Further details here.

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