Super Cell Creations

19 October 2020

Our Year 6 boys have really surpassed themselves this term, creating visual representations of the often unseen natural wonder that is our cells.

In their Science lessons, the boys have found out that cells are the building blocks of all living things and come in a range of different shapes and sizes that are perfectly adapted to their function. This year the boys pulled out all the stops and, using a variety of materials, from papier-mâché and Lego to electronics and modelling clay, they have produced models of specialised cells clearly illustrating how the structure of the cell is adapted for its function.

The culmination of their research and creativity is on display in our foyer and the Science landing for all our boys to see.

Please the gallery below for some pictures of some of our boys’ fabulous cell creations.

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Open Morning & Messy Play – Saturday 1 October

You are warmly invited to attend our Open Morning on Saturday 1 October from 09:00 to 11:00.

Please click here to pre-book an appointment.

For Early Years’ boys, we are also hosting Messy Play sessions 09:00 to 12:00 – click here to pre-book a session.

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