West Leeds: Brush up on science skills at free workshops

Fulneck School is offering taster sessions to those who are considering science at A-level.
Fulneck School is offering taster sessions to those who are considering science at A-level.
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An INDEPENDENT school in Pudsey is running a series of free science workshops on Saturdays in the autumn term for local students.

The first of the three Fulneck School workshops, is an A-level taster, on Saturday October 10, aimed at Year 11 students considering science at A-level.

Each, free, session - available on a first come, first served basis, will include a small amount of theory and an A-level standard practical experiment. On Saturday November 7 “CSI Fulneck” will consist of a full day forensics workshop for year six pupils.

The final workshop is on the morning of Saturday November 14. The Science Triathlon is a half day workshop for year nine pupils. Head of biology Chris Norris said: “We have designed these workshops to enable students to think independently and use their scientific knowledge to solve the problems.”

Alex Newman, partner at Irwin Mitchell in Leeds

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