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19 March 2015

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School pupils enjoy creative chemistry at St Hugh’s

55 pupils from Blackheath Primary School enjoyed some creative chemistry at St Hugh’s College yesterday, Wednesday 18 March 2015, in a school visit organised by the University’s Department of Chemistry.

During the visit, the year six pupils took part in an activity called ‘Rainbows’, in which they used food colouring and sugar solution in order to make rainbow-coloured solutions in test tubes. The visit was a great success and the winning group, judged by Malcolm Stewart and Fabrice Birembaut, won a prize.

More images of the school visit are available on our Facebook page. Visit our outreach pages to learn more about visiting St Hugh’s College.

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