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Science Week fun at South View Primary, Crowland




Crowland children carried our forensic experiments and make their own rockets to celebrate Science Week.

Youngsters at South View Primary took part in a week of activities which included looking at life cycles, making windmills and studying energy.

To mark the final day, all the children dressed up as 'mad scientists', raising money for charity.

Key stage 1 pupils Katie Abraham, Jennie Howell, Morgan Belham-Potter, Molly Moore, Oliver Harrison and Jessica Douglas. (8014706)
Key stage 1 pupils Katie Abraham, Jennie Howell, Morgan Belham-Potter, Molly Moore, Oliver Harrison and Jessica Douglas. (8014706)


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