December was a very busy month for the Science department, here are some of the highlights:

  • Year 9 have been learning about hydraulics and they used their new found knowledge to build hydraulic bridges.
  • Incorporating and combining robotics into their chemistry lessons, Year 9 attended a lecture on our Mars project.
  • Year 13 received certificates from the Royal Society of Biology for their achievements in the Intermediate Biology competition.
  • Year 10 made a whale skeleton structure from chicken wire as part of their participation in the COBIS Filmmaking award competition on 'how plastics harm the environment'.

Congratulations to all those involved.