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Dissection of a pig

30 June 2016

On Wednesday, students in Years 7, 8 and 9 had the amazing and unique opportunity to observe and participate in the dissection of a whole pig. This is a first for BISB. Students (and staff!) thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • Dissection of a pig
  • Dissection of a pig
  • Dissection of a pig

Year 7 were the most inquisitive and very hands on, our guest Mrs Laursen even commented on how enthusiastic they were. Years 8 and 9 were a bit more reserved, but several students were enthusiastic. The news (and smell) of a pig being dissected slowly made its way around the school and soon we had visits from Year 12, as well as some inquisitive staff. It was a great experience for all and has got a few students interested in having a career in this field in the future. 

Many thanks to Mrs Laursen for her time and resources.

Miss Uhure


DISCLAIMER - No pigs were harmed during the dissection!