STEM – Collision Course

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Following an Enthuse Award funded visit to CERN in Geneva by a member of the science department, this project is based around The Large Hadron Collider.  Pupils are taught about the work carried out at CERN and are then taken through a project involving the Science, Maths and Technology departments.  The aim is to identify hidden shapes through observing the paths that objects take after a collision, much as the scientists at CERN do when observing particle collisions.

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