Hungarian classes are browsing through the SPACE Consortium workbooks for the first time.

SPACE Consortium pilot starts in Hungary

SPACE Consortium


The moment we have all been waiting for after one and a half years of hard work: the start of the pilot of the SPACE Consortium programme.

Our Hungarian team prepared an amazing box for the educational material.

Participating schools in Hungary started this week with the SPACE Consortium programme that is supported by Erasmus+. Over various weeks, the kids will learn about various topics from space exploration, observation of our planet earth and its environments to how the kids can take action against climate change.

The kids are listening to the podcasts of Lesson 1 to guess the tools!
Measuring the distance of objects in space!

At the half time of the education programme, the kids will step into the SpaceBuzz for the Virtual Reality experience of the so-called overview effect.

The SpaceBuzz rocket will be touring through Hungary, Italy, France and the Netherlands later in the spring.

Stay tuned for more!

Written by Laurin Ivetic (Education Coordinator, SPACE Consortium)

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The SPACE Consortium is a transnational collaboration of education professionals from France, Hungary, Italy and the Netherlands and is co-funded by the European Union.



SPACE Consortium

Virtual Reality education programme co-funded by the European Union, aiming to inspire children worldwide to take action against climate change.