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Young scientists impress at Brooke Primary

Susan_Caroline_and_Mark_with_young_scientists.JPGCaroline Flint and Thorne councillors Susan Durant and Mark Houlbrook brushed up on their science this week, when the visited the science day at Brooke Primary School in Thorne.

The MP and councillors dropped into science lessons, which were being organised throughout the school, before meeting the school council.

Said Caroline: "It was wonderful to see the whole school focused on science today, with children moving from lesson to lesson to try something new.  This is just one of the way's Mrs Hall keeps learning fresh and interesting at this school.

Thumbs_up_for_Brooke_Primary.JPG"It was also good to hear about the steps the school is taking to make constant improvements; and to see the special attention that attendance gets to keep the school above 95% attendance.  This is a popular school and already over-subscribed for 2019.

"I want every pupil to see how varied science is, and the exciting studies and professions that it leads to. I wouldn't be surprised if, today, I met one of our future doctors or perhaps even one of our future astronauts."

To find out more about this school, click HERE.

Photos - top: Caroline, Cllr Susan Durant and Cllr Mark Houlbrook with young scientists Oscar, Layni-Grace and Zara.
Below: A thumbs up from the School Council.

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