Charnwood Primary School, Leicester, puts spotlight on science skills
Hundreds of parents and children have visited a school to see what science lessons are like.
Charnwood Primary, in Nedham Street, off Humberstone Road, Leicester, opened up its doors for two science open days.
Parents and pupils from several schools across the city were welcomed to look at dozens of stalls set up by children to showcase what they had been doing in lessons.
Teacher Riaj Markar, who helped organise the days, said: "It was fantastic to see pupils getting enthusiastic about their work and showing it off to visitors. We want youngsters to be excited about the subject and enthused to find out more about it and this is just one way we go about that.
"They talked about the experiments they had conducted and where possible showed real life examples. I think everyone had a fantastic time."