Science and space lesson for Mepal and Witcham School children as mobile planetarium drops in

PUBLISHED: 10:42 15 February 2016 | UPDATED: 11:08 15 February 2016

Mobile planetarium visit Mepal and Witcham School. Picture: Steve Williams.

Mobile planetarium visit Mepal and Witcham School. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Children at Mepal and Witcham School learnt about space today with the help of a mobile planetarium.

The visit was organised as part of the school’s science space topic and was linked to Tim Peak on the international space station.

Lying down under a sun with a smile on its face and a sad-looking moon, the children couldn’t stop smiling as they were given an extraordinary education about the universe.


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