Presented by The National Space Academy from U.K.
Date: Wed 19th October
Location: The British School of Beijing (BSB), Shunyi - Duke of York Theatre
Address: South Side, No. 9 An Hua Street, Shunyi District, Beijing
Open to parents, students and friends of the community
This talk from the National Space Academy will take you through how humans travel to space, why they might want to go there, and what dangers and treasures they might find out there.
Find out more about the universe, the solar system, and our home in space, the planet Earth, and whether or not you might like life as an astronaut or to visit space one day. You might also find out that space science and technology is closer than you think...
No need to book, just turn up!
National Space Academy (NSA) 's masterclasses at BSB Shunyi is part of an international collaboration in space science education between the UK and China being led by the NSA, Beijing University PT, the British Embassy and the British Council.
This is the 2nd time that NSA's scientists came from U.K. to conduct Masterclasses for BSB's and Beijing local schools' students & teachers. They will be here from 17th -21st October. During these sessions our team will be showcasing the ways in which we use inspirational contexts from space science to boost student engagement and attainment, and teacher effectiveness, in teaching curriculum science at school level.
We feel truly honoured that BSB Shunyi has been chosen for this exciting initiative and hope it will be the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership.
Click to see more details about NSA's visit in March 2016.