Subjects in Brief

11th May 2012 at 01:00

Choccy welding

SCIENCE

1,000 chocolate bars are to be unwrapped at a national science and engineering event and used in Scotland's first chocolate-welding workshops. The Big Bang Scotland is in Perth, 12 June.

Visiting schools should contact: www.thebigbang fair.co.ukscotland or www.techfestsetpoint.org.uk by 18 May or Jennifer Smith T 01382 308571; Email: j.young@abertay.ac.uk

Big birthday

PSE

To celebrate its 25th birthday, ChildLine wants schools to take part in the ChildLine Big Birthday week, 8-12 October, and help break a Guinness World Record for most greetings on a birthday card. Schools are encouraged to help raise pound;250,000 and can send in a greeting for inclusion on the card. www.nspcc.org.ukthebigbirthday.

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