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Alderman Swindell pupils enjoy London trip

PUBLISHED: 16:54 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 18:29 29 November 2017

Year 4 pupils in the space zone.
Picture supplied by Alison Hopley

Year 4 pupils in the space zone. Picture supplied by Alison Hopley

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Pupils in Year 3, 4 and 5 from Alderman Swindell Primary School and Nursery have embarked on an adventure to London.

Miss King catches fire.
Picture supplied by Alison Hopley Miss King catches fire. Picture supplied by Alison Hopley

This half-term all projects in school are based around the science curriculum and what better place to learn than the Science Museum.

The students particularly enjoyed all the interactive activities, the space zone and watching the Y5 Teacher catch fire! The pupils were also able to test their knowledge of London landmarks and were very impressed with the Gherkin and Shard.

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