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Classroom News & Photos Year 8

08 October 2014

Note: The following photos contain materials that may cause discomfort to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.

Year 8 have been dissecting pigs' hearts as part of their 'Healthy Bodies'  topic.

Looking very professional in their lab coats they identified the aorta and pulmonary arteries and stuck their fingers through where the blood flows. They then cut open the hearts to see where the atria, ventricles and valves were, not an easy task. C

They did a brilliant job and cleaned up well afterwards too!!

Please click the photo gallery above to see them in action.

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Update from: Miss Claire Illingworth, Science Teacher