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Science works magic for pupils at Rose Hill Westonbirt School

PUBLISHED: 08:20 24 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:56 20 February 2013

Science works magic for pupils at Rose Hill Westonbirt School

Science works magic for pupils at Rose Hill Westonbirt School

Rose Hill Westonbirt pupils were left amazed after spending time travelling through the human digestive system on Thursday, February 17th, all thanks to the Explorer Dome. <br/><br/>The dome – a large silver inflatable that resembles a gigantic planet –

Rose Hill Westonbirt pupils were left amazed after spending time travelling through the human digestive system on Thursday, February 17th, all thanks to the Explorer Dome.

The dome a large silver inflatable that resembles a gigantic planet invites pupils to crawl and spend time inside, learning about science in an innovative, interactive way. Exciting experiments and theatrical displays left the pupils (and teachers!) engaged and thoroughly interested in the topic. With grotesque visuals projected onto the inside of the dome, along with convincing sounds effects and added props (including substitute mucus, stomach acid and intestines) the dome allowed Rose Hill Westonbirt pupils to gain an understanding and be suitably in awe of the happenings inside the human body.


Photograph= Year 5 pupils after exploring the Dome and a Year 6 pupil taking part in an experiment.


OPEN MORNING ROSE HILL WESTONBIRT SCHOOL: Saturday, May 14th 2011 09:30am 12:30pm. For further information please visit www.rhwestonbirt.co.uk or call 01666 881400.

 
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