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Trusts gets creative with UK Space Agency

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The Trust teamed up with the UK Space Agency in a creative workshop along with The Ideas Foundation, Venture Thinking and attended by students from primary and secondary schools, Bambury Space Studio and Teeside University to define a programme of inspirational activities to get school children active.

Tim Peake is the first British citizen to become a European Space Agency astronaut and is currently training for a mission which will take him to the International Space Station (ISS) in November this year. Since Tim will be staying on the ISS for 6 months he will need to exercise for two hours a day to combat the effects of microgravity on his body.

Tim wants as many students as possible to take up the challenge in any way that they can, this could include running, swimming, cycling, climbing or dancing the distance from Earth to the ISS.

Read a blog from one of the students who participated

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