Lesson was out of this world

By Connie Osborne Friday 11 April 2014 Updated: 11/04 09:38

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Buy photos » Science Boffin Jayne Lunn gets scientific with Beoley First School reception pupils. Picture by Marcus Mingins 1514017MMR

SCHOOL was out of this world for one group of pupils as part of a science week.

Beoley First School children experienced space in a planetarium and got hands on with lunar rocks and meteorites throughout this week.

A visit from workshop providers Science Boffins also saw students trying out some dry ice experiments.

Headteacher Sally Davies said: “Exciting experiments took place in all classrooms and hopefully we can inspire scientists of future.”

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