Year 5 Stargazing at Cleeve School

On Tuesday, fourteen lucky children from Year 5 visited Cleeve School for an evening of stargazing.

Mr Squire introduced them to the equipment in the classroom before they went out onto the balcony to use the high-powered telescopes.

The children had great fun investigating what the moon looked like, observing the different constellations and were even able to spot Jupiter. Fun fact: The middle ‘star’ in Orion’s belt is actually a planet!

A huge “Thank you” to Cleeve School and Mr Squire for facilitating this experience.