Teacher resources

Explore our rich collection of curriculum-linked teacher resources from the Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House. These teaching aids have been designed to work in the classroom and include high quality images of themed objects, films and learning activities.

Explore the role of customer service and marketing at one of the country’s premier museums and heritage attractions.

Key stage:
Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post-16
School subject:
Leisure & tourism

Produce a series of drawings or photographs of three lunar surface features.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Measure/estimate the density of stars, parallel with and perpendicular to the plane of the Milky Way.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Observe a meteor shower, record meteor trails, estimate magnitudes and locate radiant.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

Produce a series of drawings or photos showing the progress of an eclipse.

Key stage:
GCSE
School subject:
Astronomy

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

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