I love doing space education at schools. I can talk about pretty much any space or astronomy topic and I can tailor my presentation to your requirements if necessary.
I'm happy to talk to school groups from any level, primary to college.
At primary schools I prefer to talk to classes that are at least year three, as I find that new entrants don't benefit as much and they are better off waiting a few years.
At high schools I find that science students tend to stay engaged for anything up to two hours, but other students often vary in their enthusiasm. If possible I prefer to talk to college students who have elected to hear the presentation.
The presentation I recommend for most students is Our Place in the Universe. This covers the basics of the solar system, galaxy and wider universe. I give variations of this presentation to all age groups from pre-school to senior citizens.
A standard classroom session is up to one hour, although I can go longer if you like.
Weather permitting, I can also do an outdoor session which works well immediately after the indoor session. The longest I can usually keep primary-aged students engaged is two hours including outdoor activities.
Sessions cost anywhere between $50 and $500. The price is dependent upon factors such as how big the group is, how long the session lasts, how much equipment I have to provide and how far I have to travel.
All profits go back into my astronomy outreach programme.
Please note that I'm not a qualified teacher and I don't actively keep up with the school curriculum. Please ask if you need me to cover specific material.