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SPACEPORT CORNWALL KS1 & 2 EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES


Welcome to our “Space Activities”, developed to inspire you about space and all that it can offer.

Spaceport Cornwall, with partners Virgin Orbit and Goonhilly Earth Station, are due to launch rockets from Cornwall Airport Newquay in 2022. By the time you finish your education there should be even more exciting opportunities in the sector, locally, nationally and internationally!

OUR SOLAR SYSTEM


We have eight planets in our solar system.
They range in size, colour and the speed at which they rotate around the sun.

Can you name all the planets? Can you also name the different parts of the planet we live on, Earth? Download the ‘Name the Planets’ and ‘Location Challenge’ resources.

Palores needs your help

Palores Needs Your Help


To launch Lorell the Satellite into space, Palores needs to help Cosmic Girl take off from Spaceport Cornwall.

Download the Build Your Own Cosmic Girl, Palores Wordsearch and Palores Colouring In here.

SATELLITES AND SPACE JOBS


From 2022 Spaceport Cornwall will launch satellites into space. What are satellites and how long have humans been launching them into space?

Download these resources to discover all about satellites, the history of launch and what kind of jobs there are in the space sector, as well as university courses to help you work in the industry.

Goonhilly

GOONHILLY EARTH STATION


Data sent from satellites like Lorell will be picked up at Goonhilly Earth Station in Cornwall.

Hmmm, something doesn’t look quite right in the control room. Can you help Palores get back on track by completing the spot-the-difference? How are messages from Lorell picked up back on Earth? Complete the dot-to-dot to find out.

Question Time

Question Time


Can satellites benefit the earth and environment?
What will Cosmic Girl and LauncherOne be launching?

Download the resources below to learn how satellites can benefit the earth and environment. After that challenge yourself to answer some space questions.