Alwoodley Primary School in Leeds got a surprise on Wednesday morning when they
arrived for school and found they’d had some rocky visitors from outer space!
of a Curriculum Enrichment Day entitled "Meteor Day" teachers at
the school organized the event that involved local Police sealing off part
of the school grounds with tape as if real meteorites had struck.
supposed space rocks were actually sourced and supplied by Mone Bros’ Blackhill
Quarry near Bramhope.
Manager Craig Morrell commented: “We were only too happy to help out the school
when we found out about their project and we sourced some shaped sandstone
rocks that became meteorites!”
Posted on: 02/07/2018
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