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Budding Stephen Hawkings and Marie Curies have been turning one of our local schools into their own mini science museum.
Children from the Bromley Pensnett Primary School proudly showed off their models and experiments to Mike as part of the school’s British Science Week celebrations.
British Science Week is aimed at raising the profile of the sciences within schools in order to stimulate children’s interest and capture their imaginations.
Bromley Pensnett pupils took up the challenge, working to construct projects at home for a competition organised by the school’s science curriculum lead, Mrs Zoe Broom.
Mike met children, teaching staff and parents as former marine biologist and STEM Ambassador, Dr Stephanie Thompson, helped to choose the winning projects from amongst the many entries.
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