Association for Astronomy Education
Promotes and supports public education in astronomy at all levels of education; information about membership and activities, a GCSE scheme of work, and listings of resources.
Astrophysics Research Institute
Based at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and a leading authority in astronomy and astrophysics; with details of courses and research, and information about the Liverpool Telescope and the National Schools' Observatory.
National Schools' Observatory
Allows schools to make their own observations with the world's largest fully-robotic telescope - the Liverpool Telescope. Explains the free registration process for UK and Irish schools and provides many educational resources.
National Space Centre Education
Details the educational experiences available for children at the National Space Centre, and provides resources and information for teachers.
Presents a collection of digital photographs and video clips, taken by British astronaut Richard Garriott and accompanied by free teaching resources.
Solar Storm Watch
Royal Observatory Greenwich project which enables ordinary members of the public to assist with tracking solar storms. Includes information on how the project works, full details on getting started and comprehensive resources for secondary school teachers to use.
Describes how the UK Space Education Office coordinates space-related education projects between education providers and the space industry.
Details this organisation's space and technology shows, aimed at primary school children and families.
UK Space Education Office
Presents a variety of free resources to help teachers teach STEM subjects in the context of space; includes resources pertaining to Tim Peake's stay on the ISS.