Dunoon Primary Celebrate the International Year of Light The reallysmallscience group, from Strathclyde University, helped pupils at Dunoon Primary to celebrate the International Year of Light 2015.
Classes took part in ‘nanoglow’ fluorescent workshops to learn why light is so important and discover natural and everyday items that glow. Pupils then used invisible ink pens to write secret messages and produce their very own glowing artwork.
The pupils have been invited to take part in an image competition to compete with other schools in the reallysmallscience on Tour project. Qualifying groups will attend a celebration and prize giving event at Strathclyde University in June.
reallysmallscience group co-ordinator, Joy Leckie said: “We loved coming to Dunoon and especially enjoyed wearing glow sticks and fluorescent tutus for our glow-in-the-dark workshop. All in the name of science!”