Get Inspired

Like the idea of the Mars Diary but not sure where to start? Here you’ll find loads of extra fun resources so you can get inspired to get the ball rolling, from complete event plans through to interviews with STEM experts who work in jobs related to space! If you’d like to see how other schools and teachers are using our resources, why not check out the Community page?

Meet the STEM Experts!

Get your students excited about the kind of jobs they could do if they love the activities in the Mars Diary.

Libby Jackson

Human Spaceflight and Microgravity Programme Manager

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Vinita Marwaha Madill

Space Operations Engineer

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Tamsin Mather

Volcanologist

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Sue Horne

Head of Space Exploration, UKSA

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Stephen Lewis

Professor of Atmospheric Physics

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Peter McOwan

Professor of Computer Science

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Maggie Aderin-Pocock

Space Scientist

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Cindy Forde

Space Communicator

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Abbie Hutty

Lead Spacecraft Structures Engineer

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The Wonder of Space

If you’re looking for awe-inspiring trivia about Mars and space, this is the place to be!

Full Event Plans

Check out our comprehensive guides on how to use the Mars Diary resources to create full interactive events with your students.

Programme News

Updates from the Mars Diary team on the programme and its impact.