World record science bid by Brighton and Hove school pupils

World record science bid by Brighton and Hove school pupils

Brighton and Hove High School pupils taking part ni the world's biggest practical science lesson

Brighton and Hove High School pupils taking part ni the world's biggest practical science lesson

Brighton and Hove High School pupils taking part ni the world's biggest practical science lesson

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Pupils were part of a world record attempt thanks to Sir Isaac Newton.

Children from Brighton and Hove High School were part of the world’s biggest practical science lesson.

The physics lesson involved experiments to measure gravity, which is measured in Newtons in honour of the science legend.

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7:30pm Thu 15 Nov 12

george smith says...

Makes a change from going to school in your pyjamas for children in need
Makes a change from going to school in your pyjamas for children in need george smith
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