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Scientists at work in the Prep School

Published Tuesday 15th of February 2022 10:44:40 AM

In Science, Year 3 have been looking closely at skeletons and bones – including an alligator jaw, a cow’s scapula and lots more!

Year 4 have been studying each stage of digestion used to break down a flapjack, including adding stomach acid, enzymes from the pancreas, saliva and stomach.

Years 5 and 6 have been dissecting flowers and leaves to more closely discover how plants reproduce.

In Science club, children dissected a Rainbow Trout. It took a while to find the brain, which comprised four small nodes arranged linearly. Well done to those who identified the liver, intestines, internal gills and air bladder!
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