The First Year Science Cell Model competition saw some really strong entries with plenty of creativity and scientific information on show.
After much deliberation it was eventually decided that the following were this year’s top three models:
In first place was James Roberts, who displayed superb electrical skills along with accurate scientific information. It was a model that might be found in the Science museum!
In second place was Joe Carter. His model’s professional-looking approach was combined with very effective use of simple materials.
Meanwhile, Daniel Sarai was awarded third place for a beautifully-crafted red blood cell, with accurate and clearly presented scientific information.
The following students’ models were also highly commended and will contribute points towards the First Year interform competition: Seung-Yu, Naku Debebe, Timofey Ivanov, Isaac Akohene-Voller, Josh Bell, Alex Martin, Ben Abraham, Conor Woodman, Dan Battersby and Ali Rizvi.
Well done to all!
“We had edible models, cell models with menus, models with jokes attached, models that used actual living cells in them and cell models that were so large that they needed both doors to the lab to be opened!”
Mr Heath, Head of Junior Science