Neale-Wade students take science on the road to share their knowledge with Burrowmoor pupils

13:51 27 June 2014

Pupils run a science roadshow.

Pupils run a science roadshow.

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Four Neale-Wade Academy students made the short trip to Burrowmoor Primary School to showcase their science knowledge.

Year 10 students Jack Butler, Emily Glover, Maddy Pooley and Sam Clarke accompanied two teachers to the school to deliver a series of experiments to Year 5 pupils.

Jason Wing, Neale-Wade principal, said: “The roadshow forms part of the transition work that the academy provides and allowed the Neale-Wade students to showcase their science knowledge and leadership skills.

“Our students are excellent role models and we are very proud of them.”

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