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Great Yarmouth pupils enjoy learning about the human body and making marshmallow towers

PUBLISHED: 09:28 09 May 2017 | UPDATED: 09:28 09 May 2017

Youngsters having fun at the STEM event.
Picture: St Nicholas Priory Primary School

Youngsters having fun at the STEM event. Picture: St Nicholas Priory Primary School

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Children from St Nicholas Priory, St George’s, Alderman Swindell and Northgate Primary schools had an amazing time taking part in different STEM activities organised by Great Yarmouth High School.

Youngsters having fun at the STEM event.
Picture: St Nicholas Priory Primary SchoolYoungsters having fun at the STEM event. Picture: St Nicholas Priory Primary School

The activities included making the highest structure pupils could from pasta and marshmallows.

The young ones looked at different cell structures under a microscope, took apart a model of a human body and found out where all the organs were located and made a liquid out of corn flour and water that they could squeeze and turn into a solid.

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