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St Nicholas Priory Middle School

PUBLISHED: 17:36 31 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:21 03 July 2010

St Nicholas Priory Middle School

St Nicholas Priory Middle School

YEAR 4 and 5 pupils have been using their scientific skills to catch an unlikely culprit at St Nicholas Priory Middle School. With the help of Dr Ken, pupils undertook a number of different forensic science activities to find out who had stolen Mrs Lawrence, the school administrator's chocolates.

YEAR 4 and 5 pupils have been using their scientific skills to catch an unlikely culprit at St Nicholas Priory Middle School. With the help of Dr Ken, pupils undertook a number of different forensic science activities to find out who had stolen Mrs Lawrence, the school administrator's chocolates. They took fingerprints, looked at tread marks on shoes and interviewed suspects. By the end of the day pupils were able to identify the criminal as none other than the headteacher, Mr Adams!

Pictured are pupils using their skills to find the culprit.

Picture: Submitted

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