Before half term some of our Year 9’s visited the National Space Centre Museum in Leicester.
Throughout the day, the students were able to explore interactive exhibits, learn about the history of space exploration, and even participate in hands-on activities that demonstrated the importance of mathematics in space exploration. They were able to see first hand how concepts such as geometry, trigonometry, and calculus are used by scientists and engineers to solve complex problems and navigate through space. This helps inspire them to pursue further studies and careers in STEM fields.