2:37pm Monday 11th February 2013
SCIENTISTS and IT experts of the future have been getting to grips with modern technology and exciting experiments at two Salisbury schools.
Children at Manor Fields Primary School took part in an IT day on Thursday, leaning all about the wide and varied uses of technology, whether in making music or graphics or finding out information and taking photographs.
The youngsters also learned how to keep themselves safe online.
Meanwhile, pupils at Bemerton St John Primary School welcome visitors from Bournemouth University who ran workshops on subjects from making paper aeroplanes and turbine blades to examining a model of a skull and using forensic science.
Children even had the chance to learn more about the impact of oil spills and how they can be cleaned up.
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