Space odyssey lesson

PUBLISHED: 17:00 04 February 2015

St Francis Primary School pupils looking at the suface of the moon.

St Francis Primary School pupils looking at the suface of the moon.

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CONSTELLATIONS, space stations and planets captured pupils’ imaginations at a Nailsea school.

Children from St Francis Primary School entered a blow-up dome to watch films of stars, moons and galaxies projected onto the roof.

The sessions were taken by Space Odyssey and the children learnt about the size of planets, the different constellations and recent discoveries in space.


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