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Pupils, staff and supporters at Moseley School welcomed a leading scholar of weather studies to officially launch a state-of-the-art meteorological station.

Dr Gregor Leckebusch, senior lecturer of meteorology and climate studies at the University of Birmingham, opened the school’s weather station.

The event was held at the top of the school’s 80ft landmark tower, which on a clear and sunny day provides stunning views of city icons such as the Bullring, Rotunda and BT Tower.

School students to come will use the data in geography, maths and science.

Moseley sciene teacher James Brown said: “This fantastic piece of kit gives fresh impetus to the teaching of climate issues, in line with the National Curriculum.

“The data will be of direct use to science, geography and maths students and of interest to all who are fascinated by the vagaries of English weather and any part played by global warming.”

Members of the public can see the weather station on Moseley School’s Heritage Open Day on September 13, from 1pm to 4.30pm.

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