Pupils are learning about the living world, plants and beyond this week as part of Sacred Heart School science week.
Four groups of the school's 160 pupils aged between five and 10 have spent the week rotating through different sciences subjects including the solar system, insects and light.
Justin McLean, 10, said he had enjoyed looking at different bugs through a magnifying glass.
The science week was lots of fun, he said.
The school's science week finishes tomorrow.
- The Southland Times
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