Alderman Bolton Community Primary School celebrated British Science Week while also promoting science cultural capital.
The school also focused on celebrating jobs that children can get in science outside of school.
Older pupils received a visit from a STEM ambassador, Robert Mellor, who spoke to them about coding and his own career.
One pupil, CJ Keogh, said: “I enjoyed figuring out the coded messages with my group.
“Bob taught us that you don't actually need ciphers to crack codes.”
Natali Gorguhlo Boncristiano, an aluminum engineer, also paid a visit to celebrate women in science.
Lily Wellbelove said: “I liked Natali's visit because it gave everyone an opportunity to understand what her job was about.
“I was inspired by her and somebody might have that as a dream job now!”
There were plenty of other science-based activities throughout the week at Alderman Bolton.
Some pupils investigated if older children had larger hands than younger ones while some learned about the lifecycle of bulbs.
Early years pupils learned about the lifecycle of a butterfly and also received a visit from some chicks.
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