Students at Culverhill School in Yate were able to get involved with some amazing experiments at their most recent Science Fayre.

The school in Yate, that provides education to special educational needs students, has taken part in National Science Week for the last three years but decided to up the amount of preparation they did for it on Wednesday, March 13.

Anna Langley, lead science teacher at Culverhill said that the school understands the importance of interactive learning for it's students.

"We always aim to go above and beyond for our students and ensure that they have access to the same opportunities as main stream students," she said.

"Our pupils communication and interaction skills lend to a more interactive curriculum and this is particularly the case for science.

"The pupils worked hard to prepare and were particularly excited about it this year."