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Pupils at Bury St Edmunds school reach for the stars in ‘Fly Me to the Moon’ project




Mark Westley Photography 'Fly Me to The Moon Project at 'Abbots Green Primary School, Airfield Road. 'Pupils with their Fly Me To The Moon project work - 'Zayan Imam, Emily McCormack, Noah Fenn, Imogen William, Archie Middleditch and Hollie Curry
Mark Westley Photography 'Fly Me to The Moon Project at 'Abbots Green Primary School, Airfield Road. 'Pupils with their Fly Me To The Moon project work - 'Zayan Imam, Emily McCormack, Noah Fenn, Imogen William, Archie Middleditch and Hollie Curry

Pupils at Abbots Green Primary School, in Bury St Edmunds have been reaching for the stars in their aspiration themed project ‘Fly Me to the Moon’.

They looked at subjects such as astronauts, architects, engineers and planets and made giant models including a moon crater and the Clifton suspension bridge.

Other activities at the school, in Airfield Road, saw Early Years children make 3D rockets and junk model spaceships. They also held an ‘Alien Tea Party’ for parents.



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