School stories

Last week, Year 10 Biology students delved into the world of anatomy. Guided by their teacher, Ms. Nadežda Šućur, students had an exciting opportunity to explore the structures of the heart and lungs through hands-on dissection activities.

Throughout the class, students were captivated by the chance to closely examine and analyze the inner workings of these vital organs. Ms. Nađa’s expertise ensured that the dissection process was both educational and respectful, allowing students to gain a deeper understanding of biological concepts in a supportive learning environment.

Practical skills are essential in biology education, providing students with practical experience that complements their theoretical knowledge. By actively participating in activities like dissections, students not only enhance their scientific understanding but also develop critical thinking and teamwork skills that are invaluable in their academic and professional endeavors.

Ms. Nadežda consistently offers enriching learning opportunities and equips our students with the essential practical skills for success. This hands-on approach to biology education fosters curiosity, engagement, and a deeper appreciation for the wonders of the natural world.