BBC stargazing LIVE event

Does your school have a Weather Station? Schools are invited to participate in a live research project, on Friday 20th March, working with The University of Reading and BBC Learning. The aim is to provide weather observation during the solar eclipse from around the UK, to assist the Department of Meteorology in Reading to use…

Weather Photo Competition

Are you aged 7-21? Can you take a great photo? It could be an interesting cloud, a rainbow, a sunset, snow, frost, damage caused by extreme weather, people playing in the rain* – or anything else that’s weathery! We’ll need to know when and where you took the photo, The best photos will be selected…

Build a weather satellite in Minecraft?

EUMETSAT is launching a Minecraft satellite-building competition for 6-16 year olds this week. The aim of the competition is to get competitors to build a model of one or more of EUMETSAT’s weather satellites in Minecraft, or to be creative and design their own satellite from scratch. The closing date of the competition is April…

Weather in A level geography core content

The RMetS are delighted that, in the new core content for AS and A level geography announced at the end of the year, many of their recommendations for weather and climate have been included. As a result, many more students will study meteorology at this level. Specifically; 9. Specifications must require students to demonstrate knowledge…