We learn, create and collaborate with like-minded organisations.
Our work in education is only possible because of the generous support of partners. We have achieved incredible results through our partnerships, including providing over 120,000 free books to schools since 2015.
Free books gifted since 2015
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The Discovery Diaries, our flagship STEM education programme, is an example of our commitment to our funding goals and to pursuing deep engagement and longevity long after those goals have been met.
Principia Space Diary with ESA Astronaut Tim Peake
Our first arts-based STEM education programme, created with author Lucy Hawking with funding from the UK Space Agency. This first programme saw 38,500 free books distributed to UK schools and over 60,000 students reached.
Principia Space Diary Legacy Project
Following the success of the Space Diary the UK Space Agency kindly supported an updated version of the Diary. We reached a further 35,000 students across the UK and this remains a hugely popular free resource available at discoverydiaries.org
Mission Mars Diary
We again worked with Lucy Hawking and the UK Space Agency to create the Mission Mars Diary. We reached over 80,000 students in 1500 schools and education settings and gifted 22,500 books to primary schools.
Deep Space Diary
Our third space-themed primary STEM programme is created with Dr Olivia Johnson and is a collaboration with the Science and Technology Facilities Council. The first programme saw 15,300 books gifted, giving students aged 7-11 a creative and empowering introduction to the James Webb Space Telescope.
Welsh Discovery Diaries
With the generous support of the Welsh Government, the UK Space Agency and the STFC, we were able to translate the entire Discovery Diaries series into Welsh, including extensive teaching materials. This is a unique resource for Welsh-medium schools that is freely available from the Discovery Diaries website.
The Deep Space Diary’s Time to Shine!
2021 is the year of launch for the James Webb Space Telescope – an event over 20 years in the making involving scientists and engineers from all over the world. We have again worked with the STFC to print and distribute 35,000 copies of the Deep Space Diary (in Welsh and English) to schools all over the UK.
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