Melbourn students selected for University of Cambridge masterclass

15:05 30 March 2014

Ellie Ferrie and Georgie Bull in the lab at Melbourn Village college

Ellie Ferrie and Georgie Bull in the lab at Melbourn Village college

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Two budding scientists are set to attend a masterclass at the University of Cambridge.

Ellie Ferrie and Georgie Bull, who are both Year 10 students at Melbourn Village College, will be part of a small group of students from around Cambridgeshire attending the Easter Residential Masterclass being hosted at Pembroke and St Catherine’s Colleges, Cambridge.

A spokesman for Melbourn Village College said: “They will spend three days and two nights taking part in an exciting programme of enrichment in the sciences.”

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