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Caroline, Maria and Amy ran a stall during Science week to inspire children to learn about brain development and pain perception in early life.

The stall involved a number of activities including 3D models of the adult and babies’ brains, a facial expression and emotion matching game, and a virtual reality app to see the brain regions in 3 dimensions. The stall was visited by over 500 children from Reception through to Year 6, and some secondary school children. The primary school children were accompanied by their teacher and teaching assistants. We also had senior management pop in, along with the secondary school Head of Science.