Curriculum-linked learning resources designed to work in the classroom.

Observe and make drawings or photos of three constellations, recording details and magnitudes.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Produce a series drawings or photos to show the passage of a celestial event.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

A6: Use a shadow stick to record the Sun's direction.B6: Compare the time on a sundial with local mean time.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Use repeated observations or long-exposure photos of the faintest stars to quantify the effect of light pollution.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Use pinhole or telescope to project the Sun's image; record Sunspots to determine the Sun's rotation period.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Use estimates of the magnitude of a variable star over time to determine its period.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Produce detailed drawings/photos of at least three Messier/NGC objects.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Use long-exposure photos of circumpolar stars to determine the length of the sidereal day.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Hello stargazers! On this page you will find free worksheets and coursework guides to help you with GCSE Astronomy, along with suggested videos to watch. 

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

GCSE marketing assignment

Key stage:
Post-16
School subject:
Leisure & tourism

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