Learning Challenge Curriculum Earth and Space Plan

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Science Curriculum Plan

Free Science Curriculum Template based on the Learning Challenge Curriculum

Our science curriculum sample plan will help primary school science teachers provide pupils with fun and engaging science lessons whilst still covering the science curriculum. The plan covers Earth and space whilst also integrating the learning of other subjects such as Art, DT, Numeracy and Literacy. This particular plan can be amended so it fits with other subjects or tailored to specific classes or students.

To know more about the Learning Challenge Curriculum, visit our online shop or check out our website: www.learningchallengecurriculum.com. The website includes various resources such as videos, photographs, reviews and case studies. These will help teachers and leaders to gain a greater understanding of the Learning Challenge Curriculum and how it works.

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Interesting links

European Space Agency, ESA – YouTube – YouTube channel with videos from the ISS.

ISS HD Earth Viewing Experiment – Live streaming of the Earth from the ISS.

Space Oddity song sung by astronaut Chris Hadfield – Song recorded in space on the ISS.

NASA – Youtube – ISS and mission videos.

NASA kids club – Games and fun information for children.

Feedback from schools

“An excellent framework which will fire the imagination of teaching teams” Oakdene Primary School

“Already the children, staff and parents are engaged and enthused by their new themes and the learning that has already taken place in 3 days is phenomenal. We have them hooked!” Adswood Primary School

“During our latest inspection there was a big focus on the wider curriculum and they were blown away with the Learning Challenge and how we’d weaved enquiry based thinking across the whole curriculum.” Holy Family Catholic School

Want to see more Learning Challenge Curriculum based plans?

If you would like to have a look at our other FREE Learning Challenge Curriculum plans, click on the links below.

Which wild animals and plants thrive in your locality? – Science plan

What has changes since my grandparents were young? – History Plan 

What makes the Earth angry? – Physical Geography Plan

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