Libby Jackson is one of Britain’s foremost space experts whose beautifully illustrated book is a collection of amazing real-life stories about space exploration and adventure, with stories about life-saving felt tip pens, ‘human computers’ and the lengths to which astronauts go to show they have ‘the right stuff’.
This event will appeal to all pupils who have an interest in science and space exploration. Pupils will have the opportunity to ask Libby lots of questions about anything, from writing to boldly going where no one has gone before…
Grab your space suit and jump aboard - it's time for an astronomical adventure!
Following the latest Coronavirus restrictions, this live virtual event will go ahead with a limited schools audience. We'll then share a recording of the event on our website to watch on demand. Applications are open to anyone who wants to join live.
When: Friday 26 February 2021
Who: Primary and Secondary schools in Scotland
Platform: Microsoft Teams
Cost: Fully funded
Audience: P5-S2 (ages 9-14)
Audience size: 10 - 50 (smaller or larger groups are welcome to apply)
Deadline: Friday 12 February 2021 at 12 noon
To take part in this event please make sure you have access to:
1. Large screen with ability to receive video calls including speakers and microphone
2. High speed internet to accommodate video streaming
If you have any questions or comments please contact firstname.lastname@example.org(this will open in a new window)