Exploring the virtual world
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Woodingdean children explore the moon on a virtual trip

Pupils at a school in Woodingdean in East Sussex have been exploring the moon and under the sea, thanks to virtual reality goggles.

Without leaving the Rudyard Kipling Primary School, the children are being given the opportunity to explore the world around them.

BBC South East's education correspondent Bryony MacKenzie went to meet them, their teacher Nick Grimshaw and Jennifer Holland from Google Expedition who produces the technology behind the virtual trips.

  • 25 Nov 2016