This week, our Year 9 top scientists attended the first Sharples Medical Club on Monday. Each week students will learn about the physiology and anatomy of a variety of living organisms.

The first topic covered was the human skeleton. Students were tasked with naming as many bones as possible using our life sized model skeleton, Frankie. Staff were very impressed by the number of the lesser known bones which students were able to identify.

Next week, the group will look at the respiratory system with a lung and trachea dissection. If you are in Year 9 and would like to join the medical club, see Miss Molyneux.