The children in Year 6 were tasked with making a model of a cell (plant, animal, bacteria or virus) for a house competition, in order to support and cement their understanding of their Science topic, Cells and Microbes. They had to choose their materials, label the parts of the cell and include a description of each part.
There was a huge variety of fantastic models made out of a wide range of materials. The judging proved tricky due to the extremely high standard but we managed, after much deliberation, to decide upon the winners. I am delighted to share with you the results. Congratulations to the following:
- Papa for a layered model with a detailed information booklet.
- Blake for the creative use of materials.
- Chiara for the design and presentation
- Imogen for her design of a virus cell displayed in blood cells
- Jack for a great STEM approach to his model.
- Elisabeth for her interesting design of an influenza virus cell
- Mila for a lovely model with detailed labels.
- Guy for a creative model with a key.
- Louise for the creative use of the materials.
- Kyra for a well presented eco-friendly model.
- Rose for great detail.
More photos of the cells can be found in the gallery.