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The wonders of chemistry had Caol Primary School pupils entranced last week, thanks to an event delivered by Edinburgh Science.
The Generation Science workshop entitled ‘ Get Fizzy’ was sponsored by Liberty British Aluminium.
It is a chemistry workshop for beginners where pupils learn about solids, liquids, gases and fizzes and how some mixtures can react and go bang!
Caol Primary School head teacher Steven Hamilton said: ‘It was another successful workshop from Generation Science which visit every year.
‘It was excellent as usual. They bring all the kit and equipment needed. It offers a wider experience than we could on our own at the school.
‘The pupils get right into it and you can see from the photographs how much they were enjoying it.’
CAPTION: Liberty STEM Ambassadors Ally Rowantree and James Rosie (right) oversee the ‘fizzy’ results of P1/2 pupils (left – right) Logan Knox, Ollie Lamont and Alex Whiteford during the ‘Generation Science’ experiment at Caol Primary School. PICTURE IAIN FERGUSON, THE WRITE IMAGE
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