Science lessons - the fun way

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.

Bo'ness Public School Science Circus

Bo'ness Public School Science 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.