Radwinter pupils become forensic scientists for the day

12:25 15 June 2014

Mad Science Week at Radwinter School.

Mad Science Week at Radwinter School.

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Pupils at Radwinter Primary School had fun becoming forensic scientists for the day as the whole school took part in a science week.

Included in the week was a ‘Mad Science’ workshop visit, healthy cooking, exciting experiments and forensic science crime-solving activities led by parents Peter Johnson and Emma Millican.

Headteacher Kate Hockley said: “The children had a wonderful time becoming forensic scientists for a morning, and solving the ‘real life’ crime scene that two of our parents had put together for us.”

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