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Year 10 Science Investigate Transpiration

Over the Easter break the Year 10 Triple Science group was set a Biology investigative challenge - they had to look at the effects of transpiration and movement of water in a plant as part of the Triple Award Curriculum. Their aim was to use a plant or a flower to show how water travels. Each student was asked to produce a typed report of their investigation stating the aim, hypothesis, method (with diagram), results and conclusion. 

They all rose to the challenge and produced some excellent reports. Here is a selection of outstanding work from the following students: Ratnali Annadate, Anna Dudas-Hjelms, Eunseo Kim, Sara Losonci, Heya Manieh and Eszter Sranko.

 

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