Pupils participate in science week regional lift-off

Some of the Chantry Middle School and Technology College pupils who launched stamp rockets into the air at Life Science Centre in Newcastle at the start of British Science Week. Picture by North News & Pictures.
Some of the Chantry Middle School and Technology College pupils who launched stamp rockets into the air at Life Science Centre in Newcastle at the start of British Science Week. Picture by North News & Pictures.
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British Science Week (BSW) at Life Science Centre in Newcastle started with a bang when more than 100 Year 5 pupils from Chantry Middle School and Technology College in Morpeth blasted stamp rockets into the air.

The celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths includes a range of engaging events and hands-on workshops for people of all ages.

As well as projects within schools, hundreds of pupils from across the region will visit Life to enjoy various activities.

BSW also provides a platform to support STEM professionals and communicators in raising awareness of the subjects. For more details, visit www.britishscienceweek.org