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High school students take part in murder mystery for British Science Week

PUBLISHED: 11:59 22 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:59 22 March 2019

Dereham Neatherd High School students celebrated British Science Week by solving a murder mystery in the library every lunchtime. Picture: Supplied by Marion Broughton

Dereham Neatherd High School students celebrated British Science Week by solving a murder mystery in the library every lunchtime. Picture: Supplied by Marion Broughton

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Students at a mid Norfolk high school channeled their inner Sherlock Holmes to solve a murder mystery to mark British Science Week.

Dereham Neatherd High School students celebrated British Science Week by solving a murder mystery in the library every lunchtime. Picture: Supplied by Marion BroughtonDereham Neatherd High School students celebrated British Science Week by solving a murder mystery in the library every lunchtime. Picture: Supplied by Marion Broughton

Dereham Neatherd High School students were tasked with solving a CSI murder mystery in the library every lunchtime during the yearly celebration, which lasted between March 8 and March 17.

Those taking part had to investigate the mysterious death of Miss Terry, a newly appointed library assistant.

Students were able to use a series of clues, witness statements, scientific knowledge and biometric elimination to solve the mystery and expose the murderer.

Is your school taking part in an event or doing something special? Get in touch with our reporter Daniel Bennett by sending an email to daniel.bennett@archant.co.uk.


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