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Alderman Swindell First School

PUBLISHED: 17:42 24 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:57 03 July 2010

Alderman Swindell First School

Alderman Swindell First School

Alderman Swindell First School nursery youngsters got down and messy during National Science and Engineering week. The whole school and their families took part in a range of fun hands-on science activities, including “Ready to Learn? The Experiment”, a large-scale research study into children's readiness to learn.

Alderman Swindell First School nursery youngsters got down and messy during National Science and Engineering week. The whole school and their families took part in a range of fun hands-on science activities, including “Ready to Learn? The Experiment”, a large-scale research study into children's readiness to learn.

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