Bolton School Infants

Neil Armstrong Visits

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Year 2 children in Bolton School’s Infant School have, today, enjoyed a visit by ‘Neil Armstrong’. Teacher Miss Findlay said: ‘We learnt about the solar system and what it takes to be an astronaut going to the moon - we even dressed up as astronauts! It was amazing to see how much the children had remembered by the end of his visit and it was a great start to our Space topic.’

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