Burrington students begin space studies
PUBLISHED: 11:00 17 January 2017
Pupils from a North Somerset school began the new term with a blast this week.
Youngsters from Burrington Primary School dressed up as astronauts and aliens to start their space topic.
The children had to utilise the skills they had learned in science lessons to solve a galactic mystery.
The students concluded an unidentified being had been caught up in a scrap with a cat, which subsequently disappeared.
Headteacher, Alison Waite, said: “Aliens landed in the quiet village of Burrington as the children returned after the holiday.
“The children found various substances in the area which required testing after they had learnt about chromatography.
“This was an interesting start to their topic of space.”