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Y9 Science Projects - Ecosystem in a Shoebox

  • Y9 Science 1 polar display
  • Y9 Science 1 polar model
  • Y9 Science 2 rainforest display
  • Y9 Science 2 rainforest model
  • Y9 Science 3 deep sea display
  • Y9 Science 3 deep sea model
  • Y9 Science 4 forest display
  • Y9 Science 4 forest model
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Over the past weeks Y9 students have been working hard on their Science project ‘Shoe-box Ecosystems’.  They carried out research on an Ecosystem of their choice and were tasked with creating an informational poster and 3D model to display their findings. 

It was a fantastic opportunity for the students to explore an area of interest and to get creative.  All of the work created were of an extremely high quality and reflected the time and energy the students put into their projects.

On Tuesday 5th November, the students showcased their projects in the school foyer so that the staff judges could view the student’s work and ask them questions about their research.  The projects were judged on several categories and the following winners were selected:


Project Title


Overall Winners

Polar regions

Scarlett Moseley, Crystal Jung, Amanda Willman, Seraphina Kang

Runners up:



Lulu Shao, Jenna Achmad, Naomi Ediger

Runners up:

3D model & Scientific content

Deciduous Forest

Merit Scherr, Leticia Cella xia, Laura Sorrenson, Nisa Yaylaci

Runners up:


Deep sea

Angeli Zhao, Anny Singh, Matias Sutter, YeonHo Bae


We congratulate not only the winners, but all the students for their fantastic work.  Well done Year 9!

Lucy Thompson

Assistant Head of Science

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