Pupils learn about engineering, aeroplanes, helicopters and more on fun fact-finding trip to the Aerospace Museum

By Jill Dando News

Pupils at Castle Batch Primary School Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset had fantastic fun during a visit to the Aerospace Museum.

They were able to learn about examples of great innovation, such as Concorde and space flight.

Pupils were inspired by fun practical science interactives and amazing exhibits, including aeroplanes, helicopters, missiles, satellites and more.

It also further enabled the pupils to develop STEM skills and discover the possibilities of exciting future careers in science and engineering. 

Teacher Jack Chambers said: “We had a great time visiting the Aerospace museum. It was lovely to be able to get out of the classroom again and discover new things.”

The school is based in the heart of the North Worle community, has an excellent and spacious site and inspires children to be happy and confident learners.

It has a brilliant new library, an ambitious creative curriculum as well as a Jill Dando News Centre to train up young reporters.

Castle Batch became part of The Priory Learning Trust two years ago and works closely with other schools across the Trust to enhance learning opportunities for all.