The much anticipated visit of Art Dula, a space lawyer and promoter of future space travel, happened today (Tuesday 23/1). The children were excited before he entered the room, but when he did so with a space suit worn by Dr Peggy Whitson, the worlds longest serving astronaut in space with 376 days to her name, they were engrossed in what he had to say! Art spoke in an enthusiastic and fascinating manner about space travel and the future of it whilst showing space artefacts that included a piece of a meteorite from the moon and rock samples from Mars!!! The children of Barrule Class were not the only ones who were excited about that and everyone in the school had the opportunity to touch a piece of the moon! If your child came home and said they touched the moon today.....they really did! Well done to Barrule class who impressed Art with their knowledge and enthusiasm about space.