Children in Guernsey are being given a taste of space in lessons from astrophysicists. It is to inspire them to become future scientists.
The Astronomy for Remote and Island Schools has been set up by The National Schools’ Observatory (NSO).
They aim to get youngsters interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects through astronomy.
One of the organisers has said finding out about space is fun and it is a great way to get children learning about science.