Pupils look to future in robot project

ROBOTS in all shapes and sizes were on show at a Weston school as part of a science project.

Windwhistle Primary School pupils were asked to design and make an invention that would make everyday life easier.

They spent five weeks creating their masterpieces and unveiled them to fellow pupils this week.

Designs included recycling robots, watches with sat nav and communication devices, lights underneath a car to melt ice on the roads, a conveyor belt to take rubbish to the bin and a windmill to help dry clothes.


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