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Year 7 Science project - 3D models of animal and plant cells

29 November 2018

Year 7 students were given an extended project challenge: to complete a cross curricular extended homework project linking Science with Art. The task was to create a 3D model of an animal or plant cell. They could work by themselves, in a pair or trio and had 2 weeks to complete the task.

  • Vicky Kim 1st place
  • Vicky Kim
  • 2nd place – Zsanna Zsiman-Lebovics
  • 3rd place – Anna Csenke and Ella Ronaszeki
  • 3rd place - Anna Csenke
  • The most creative model - Marco Pricopi
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Their models needed to show the key structures of the cell and include labels and/or descriptions about what the structures do.

The students were very ambitious and rose to the challenge of producing some very creative cells. They carried out research and put in a lot of effort to be creative.

Well done to the following winners: 1st place – Vicky Kim; 2nd place – Zsanna Zsiman-Lebovics; 3rd place – Anna Csenke and Ella Ronaszeki. The most creative model goes to Marco Pricopi.
Runners up were Anan Zhao, Kitty Magyari, Gordey Muratov, and David Bartos.

Well done Year 7 for showing your academic excellence and creative spirit.

Miss Nikki Uhure
Biology Teacher