We are extremely grateful to The Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers of London. They were established in 1664, so are 356 years old!. Their role in the 17th Century was to regulate the glass making and pot making industries within London. Today they stimulate interest in glass and carry out charitable works– particularly in education. They have donated 10 microscopes to our school– which are going to enhance our science lessons in numerous ways. Our science lead, Mr Drummond is especially excited!
Today in Science we continued our work on animals and their habitats by taking a closer look at some parts of plants and animals through a microscope. We were amazed at what we saw as a tiny world became more detailed. We looked at Dandelion fluff, dragonfly abdomens, butterfly wings and more fascinating specimens. Will we be able to look at the natural world in the same way again?!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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