During Science Week this year, Lower School students explored the intricacies of the human body. In science lessons students covered areas from the perspective of biology, chemistry and physics and investigated the physics of the human eye, the chemistry of respiration and the biological response in allergies. We took the students to the Body Worlds exhibition in London to give them an opportunity to see structures of the human body in detail. Across their other lessons students incorporated areas of human nature into their studies. Year 7s made clay bones to accompany their work on Skellig in English; one student said, “it really helped bring the book to life.” In Spanish, students have learnt how to describe different parts of their body and in music student considered how different genres of music invoked different emotions. Overall, the week was a huge success and we are already planning next year’s program on space!