These are the beautiful photos I received yesterday from North Walls. Adele, Andrew, Ben, Cameron and Molly to name but a few, explained how they used the data from their mini-hatchery to produce graphs during maths classes and how they managed to take those great shots by using a microscope linked to a laptop. Details of alevins are very difficult to capture but the North Walls pupils, thanks to a very clever use of ICT have managed to produce these during a science class.
Apart from studying the alevins closely, they’ve also done a very good job at looking after their ova as they only lost about 10 since the project started.
Congratulations to them and their current teacher Ms Allen!