Year 9 Science

Eye Opening Experiences:
Pictured above are Tasha Robinson and Caydince Morris (Year 9) dissecting a cows eye to remove its lens.

Year 9 students are currently working on a Physics module in Science class while investigating light and its properties.

A highlight of the topic is the cow’s eye dissection where students explore how we see images and the process in which they are sent to the brain.

Student reactions were mixed, but all in all, it was a fantastic way to become engaged in the subject – certainly an eye-opener into the wonderful world of science!

“I thought it would smell worse.”
“It was the greatest thing.”
“It was so fun, and I want to do it again.”
“It was really entertaining and fun to play with.”