Matters of the heart – practical science in year 6

Year 6 had their fingers on the pulse of practical investigations today as the looked at the inner workings of the heart. Children didn’t miss a beat as they worked together to label each part before dissecting them. 



Some of the adults were not made of quite as stern stuff as the children!

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10 thoughts on “Matters of the heart – practical science in year 6

  1. it was so so fun; in the end I was the only one in the group who was cutting.
    I was in a group with Jazz, Louise, Keavy, Oliver and I. Two days after we all found some pig heart fat under sonny’s table.

  2. It was gross at first and i din’t want to touch it but then i did!!!!
    And i even put my finger through the holes and i holded it up but when we finished it smelled so bad !!
    SORRY MRS WILLETS !!!!!

  3. thnk you mrs oxlade.i know i didnt touch it but it was amazing to find out that a pigs heart is the closest to ours!
    😉 XD q;) thanks for the amazing experience

    I LOVE SCIENCE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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