In pursuit of learning

1st July 2005 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Rebecca Woodfine from Townhill primary and Lewis Pran from Leslie primary were among 130 Fife pupils who had a chance to exterminate traditional views of technology, courtesy of some Daleks supplied by Glenrothes College. After being shown how to build their own robots and setting them off on various activities, the youngsters will have their awareness of technology raised and realise it can be "fun not geeky", the organisers hope.

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