St Edmunds Academy pupils get to work on some scientific investigations Pictures: Ian Burt

Primary school pupils in North Lynn have shown their inner-Einstein. 

To celebrate British Science Week, a science fair was held at  St Edmunds Academy.

Parents were invited to take part in live experiments with youngsters known as “science ambassadors”.

“Lots of parents got involved, although they were not quite as good as the children,” said deputy head teacher and science lead Russ Jones. 

Some of the experiments included using “magic milk” to investigate chemical reactions and balloons to generate static electricity.

Mr Jones said: “The science fair was for all the school, from nursery to year six. 

“It gave them the opportunity to showcase their learning and give them something to remember.”