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RLC attends kids interactive science day

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84 school children aged 11-14 years old attended a fun, interactive Science Technology Engineering Maths (STEM) day delivered by the Army and the National Army Museum (NAM) in London.

The RLC was one of the technical corps which successfully delivered a Dragon Runner (bomb disposal robot) stand to inspire, inform and help attract young people to STEM subjects and careers.

After the event one of the teachers wrote: “Just wanted to say a huge thank you to you and the team for such a fantastic day today. Our students were buzzing about all the things they did on the journey back.”

“Really impressed and thankful to everyone who delivered a session for their enthusiasm and patience with the students throughout the day. A really well organised and fun interactive experience for all.”


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