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Pupils work with cop forensics

PUBLISHED: 11:44 17 July 2008 | UPDATED: 15:02 25 August 2010

A SCHOOL brought in forensic workers to help pupils solve crime.

A SCHOOL brought in forensic workers to help pupils solve crime.

Pupils at Bexley Grammar School, Danson Lane, Welling, (pictured) became crime scene investigators last Thursday as part of their annual Maths and Science Week.

Year 9 pupils were divided into groups and taught skills such as fingerprinting and testing hair samples.

They were then sent to a makeshift crime scene in the school to put their newfound skill into practice and solve the crime.


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