PUPILS at a Huddersfield school have been exploring the world of science.
Reinwood Junior at Oakes hosted a science week with grants from the Royal Society Partnership.
The society, founded in 1660, acts as a learned group, an academy and a funding agency to promote science.
The school submitted a bid for cash to buy equipment and to bring professional scientists into school.
The 352 pupils in the school's four year groups worked with professionals on different aspects of science.
The latest guest was engineer John Clark, of Hull-based Mason Clark Associates. He worked with Year 3 pupils on designing structures and investigating the properties of different materials. Later the children built a bridge of their own.
Year 4 teacher Alex Clark - Mr Clark's daughter - said: "It was an excellent opportunity for children to develop their scientific skill in more depth."
Year 5 pupil Bradley Neen said: "We were all looking forward to this for ages. It was interesting to look at science like this."