Demonstration: an experiment carried out by Eratosthenes over 2000 years ago.
This is a discussion activity to explore the relationship between ideas and evidence in the context of the motion of the Earth...
It is fun to write the school address on a universal scale, and this can be used to explore some questions about the universe.
Suggestions for activities to aid the teaching of 'lighting the Earth' based on the Physics Narrative and the Teaching...
The science of astronomy began with observations and it is vital to link this topic to the children can notice more or less...
This demonstration is an easy way to show how gas molecules in the atmosphere scatter light to cause the sky to appear blue.
The length of the day has not been constant throughout the Earth’s history. For the last 2,700 years, the length of a day has...
Stories from Physics
Archimedes is supposed to have said: ‘Give me a lever and a place to stand and I’ll move the Earth’. An estimate in a paper...
A selection of diagnostic questions to use remotely with your students whilst teaching about Earth and Space
Remote teaching support
A selection of experiments and simulations that are suitable to use remotely with your students.
Recognising and celebrating outstanding contributions to the field of physics education.