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Parliament hears from science pupils

Pupils from six secondaries gave MPs first-hand accounts of their experiences of being taught science in Parliament last week. They talked about the importance of passionate teachers, GCSE physics and the differences between work placements and classroom-based learning at the Commons science and technology select committee hearing.

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