Children at Holy Family Catholic Primary School experience special Rolls Royce engineering day

Holy Family Catholic Primary School KS2 children were treated to a very special learning experience in order to promote STEM learning in school
Holy Family Catholic Primary School KS2 children were treated to a very special learning experience in order to promote STEM learning in school

Children at Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Worksop recently experienced a special learning day to promote STEM learning.

STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School KS2 children were treated to a very special learning experience in order to promote STEM learning in school.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School KS2 children were treated to a very special learning experience in order to promote STEM learning in school.

A team of engineers from Rolls Royce visited the school, on Netherton Road, on Wednesday, January 13, to give the KS2 a taste of engineering, by turning the school hall into an “aviation paradise”.

School business manager, Caroline Matthews, said: “They were treated to practical tasks including building model engines from using cast aluminium models and learnt all about the role of an engineer and apprenticeship opportunities.

“It was a great day of learning and fingers crossed we have some budding engineers.”

Holy Family Catholic Primary School KS2 children were treated to a very special learning experience in order to promote STEM learning in school

Holy Family Catholic Primary School KS2 children were treated to a very special learning experience in order to promote STEM learning in school