The workshop, part of British Science Week, helped 7 – 10 year old pupils at the school understand what cells are and how they function.
Flavia said: “Children thought it was very cool. In particular, they enjoyed pretending to be kinesins (carrying a bag for a vesicle) and walking on a microtubule (piece of string) to the sound of a 70s track. It was an animated and interesting activity. The teachers said they learnt a lot as well!”
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