Richard took park in a fun packed day for Primary School pupils at Tyne Metropolitan College on 8 July 2015.
Pupils from a variety of schools in the area attended a STEM event intended to increase participation in the STEM subjects; and excite and enthuse them to pursue further study or a career in STEM. Richard’s presentation concentrated on Astronomy, and featured practical demonstrations including watermelons, tomatoes and toilet roll, which created an almost fully-working model of the solar system.
The pupils attending seemed to enjoy the event, and I hope that this provided them with the encouragement they need to focus on science both at and after school.
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