Kids in Space Mission Statement
• Work collaboratively with our stakeholders and partners to fund & grow our Space Cadet Programme involving workshop activity promoting STEM based skills
• Develop STEM Ambassadors to help spread the word about our activities to their peers
• Build awareness, be inclusive and increase STEM knowledge in a continuous flow via an advanced training centre
• Promote experiential learnership through our project-driven workshops and associated events, working together to tackle poverty and inequality
Engaging Young Minds
Kids in Space works, develops, builds and promotes technological experiential support by inspiring, engaging and motivating children and young people through their fascination with outer-space and related technologies to improve their STEM-based learning and associated skill sets for meeting the needs of their community.
The Moon landing at Broomwood Community Centre in Timperley was an amazing success despite the extremely inclement weather. Everybody had a good time, learnt a lot, at had lots to eat.
We all look forward to the project starting in local primary schools in November.
Award Ceremony at Trafford Town Hall
On Sunday 21st July Roger Brown and Jaden Morris received volunteer awards from the Mayor of Trafford at their annual Summer celebration. A number of other voluntary organisations were reconised too.
Moon landing anniverssary event
On Saturday 20th July 2019, an anniversary event celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing took place at Broomwood Community centre. Throughout the next 12 months the Moon landing project will be touring local Trafford schools to teach more about this momentous event.
MakeFest 2019 success story
On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of May 2019 the Science and Industry Museum hosted their annual MAKER fare once again. Kids in Space were our usual huge attraction entertaining and educating hundreds of mums, dads and kids who visited us across the two days.
Rocket Racing – was a unique activity whereby young people were encouraged to customise the rockets they were given, prior to attaching it to a balloon to race a friend, brother or sister. Everybody seemed to enjoy this activity that showcased one of Issac Newton’s laws of motion.
Buggy Treking – involved winding up a clockwork car and trying your luck at manipulating it carefully across a Moon landscape replica along a designated path.
Drone Landing – Roger flew the drone through a few circuits, randomly landing it on the Moonscape. If you guessed correctly where it might land you won a prize. However, everybody went home with something.