A group of secondary school pupils had a maths lesson with a difference after they swapped their classroom for a brewery.
The Year 10 pupils from Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School in Oswaldtwistle took a tour of Moorhouses thanks to Cassons.
The company have been working in partnership with Rhyddings to boost student employability as part of an initiative called Business Class.
As well as taking a tour of the Burnley brewery and learning about the fermenting and production processes, the pupils attended workshops hosted by Cassons staff
Paul Mercer, Maths teacher at Rhyddings said: “It’s often difficult for students to imagine how maths can be applied in the world beyond the classroom, so visiting a company like Moorhouses gives them a great opportunity to see how the subject works in real life situations.”
Damon Smith, a pupil at Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School said: “It’s been really interesting to see the different processes involved in brewing and learning how the business operates day to day has helped to make much more sense of how important maths can be.”