The "sci-fun" roadshow

4th February 2005 at 00:00
(Photograph) - The "sci-fun" roadshow, which visits up to 100 schools a year, rolled into James Gillespie's High in Edinburgh this week, to encourage pupils to continue with science after S2. Euan Robson, Deputy Education Minister, used the occasion to announce yet more money for school science - the pound;330,000 will help teachers to update their skills and "liven up science lessons"

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