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Schools recognised for making science fun

Great Casterton Primary School teacher and science co-ordinator Sally Cleves with pupils, Marlow Dupont, 10, left, and Reece Higginson, 10.

Great Casterton Primary School teacher and science co-ordinator Sally Cleves with pupils, Marlow Dupont, 10, left, and Reece Higginson, 10.

Two schools are celebrating after proving they have raised the profile of science.

Great Casterton and Empingham Primary Schools, which are partners, have picked up the Primary Science Quality Mark Award.

This year the pupils have enjoyed more 
science trips, as well as having more fun during science lessons. Staff are hoping to maintain the children’s excitement with a visit to the Big Bang Science Fair in London in March.

Pictured celebrating the top award is Great Casterton science coordinator Sally Cleves with pupils Marlow Dupont and Reece 
Higginson, both 10.

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