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Year 7 Scientists

Year 7 scientists have been busy again in science. Students had two weeks to create a model of either a cell or an organ system. Three brave students took the challenge a step further and created edible models for the class to enjoy. Matty created a large gingerbread man showing the rib cage, brain, lungs, and digestive system.  Beni created a detailed animal cell cake, with labelled organelles shown using different colourful sweets. Annakata created a cake of the human intestines, including exiting edible poop (much to everybody's excitement!).  A huge amount of imagination has been shown in the many models produced, from Daria's working lung model to a cell in a jar from Daniel. Impressive work Year 7.  Everyone enjoyed all the models from the 3D, imaginative and informative, to the delicious. Thanks also go to the Mums and Dads at home who helped create these models for us all to enjoy.


Amy Barton
Biology Teacher

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