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In school we have been learning about 50 years of the moon landing. We have learnt about Neil Armstrong and his Apollo 11 mission. We have had many workshops, trips and visitors into school over the past 6 weeks. We thought it was only fair to finish the term with one of the best experiences of all. A planetarium show!! 


This week we had the chance to have a planetarium experience. We watched shows about the sun, night sky and an astronaut. We got to learn about Space in a fun way and interactive way.


Here are some photos from our session and our thoughts:


Myla - ‘I enjoyed watching the sun and how we could blow the sun away it was funny.’ 


Unais - ‘I liked learning about Space. I know Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon. I saw the sun. The sun is hot and is made of fire.’


Hana - ‘I loved it when the stars came out. It felt real.’