Students witness wonders of the universe
Students, parents and teachers at St Paul’s Primary School were given a rare glimpse of the stars, moon and planets at their sundowner last Friday night.
The St Paul’s sundowner had music, a disco and a makeshift observatory. The children got to see Jupiter, Mars, Saturn through telescopes provided by St Paul’s science teacher Jacob Windle, parents and students.
Mr Windle said the night was a great success.
“We also had a good look at features of the moon,” Mr Windle said.
“About 150 kids got the see the rings around Saturn and parents were also excited.”
St. Paul’s holds regular sundowners so parents, students and teachers can come together in a relaxed manner and socialise.