A circus rolled into Bo’ness last week as youngsters learned about science - through juggling and unicycling!
Bo’ness Public School hosted James Soper and his Science of the Circus.
He teaches challenging science in a fun and entertaining way.
Deputy head teacher Elaine Reid said: “It was just absolutely fantastic, one of the best things I’ve seen.”
Meanwhile the primary six and seven pupils also took part in a building challenge.
The pupils took part in the KNEX challenge, creating everything from cars to buildings using the American-designed building system of inter-locking pieces.
Children were given a picture and had just 30 minutes to recreate the object using KNEX.