This is Science Week, so we are delighted to show you our Experimental Science Activity, a 1st ESO optional subject. In our lab we are growing chickpeas, lentils and beans to discover how their seeds germinate. We write the daily process in our diary and we also learn related vocabulary. Our latest experiment was about trophism, where a bean seed is placed near the lab window and another one in a pot placed inside a dark box. We are waiting to see how long both germinations take, then we'll compare some data results.
Some photos in the gallery.

Chicken wing dissection - Dissecció d'una ala de pollastre

Before Christmas holidays, the students of Year 6 dissected a chicken wing in groups. They realised that the chicken wing is like a human arm; both have the same bones and tissues.
The main objective of the dissection was to identify the different organs and tissues of the chicken wing. They enjoyed this activity because they had the chance to experience real muscles, tendons, bones, etc. Now, they know clearer what kind of organs and tissues we can find in our body.