Science Week with Neill’s

Primary school children will be embarking on a bread-making ‘journey’ during British Science Week as part of a STEM (Science Technology English and Maths) initiative by Northern Ireland’s leading flour mill Neill’s Flour.

British Science Week (March 8-17) is a 10-day celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, and to embrace this year’s ‘Journeys’ theme, Neill’s Flour will be visiting local primary schools to deliver hands-on, practical STEM workshops on the journey of bread-making, giving pupils an opportunity to take part in experiments and discover the science behind the ‘wheat to flour’ process.

The cross-community initiative, which will be rolled out across the province every year, will kick off with visits to Victoria Primary School, Belfast, and St. Joseph’s Primary School in Ballyhackamore.

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