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In Science lessons, our Year 7 students have been looking at antagonistic muscle pairs and produced 3D models to demonstrate how the muscles work in pairs to cause movement.
In Year 7 and 8 Science Club, students have been looking at the density of different liquids and solids and comparing their findings.
Our Year 7 students were set a challenge to find out about a specialised cell of their choice.
Year 9 science, with Mrs. Hayes, have been exploring space and the cosmos.
As NASA's rover has been exploring Mars our Year 7 students have been very busy exploring all the planets in our Solar system.
As part of their Science lessons on Genetics, our Year 9 students have been exploring the issues surrounding selective breeding, using specific plants or animals as examples.
Not many people know that the Earth's magnetic poles have reversed many times over our planet's history.
Well done to our Year 8 students for their models of the Earths structure!
The following article was written by Frankie Poulter in Year 8:
On Wednesday 24th January we hosted a science lecture after school.
Our current Year 7 students have pulled out all the stops for their recent science homework on cells.