Second Year students show innovation and creativity in Biology’s Joint Model Competition
Second Year students have recently learned about the structure and function of joints as part of their musculoskeletal system topic in Biology.
“From the intricate vertebral joints, to forearm and finger joints, every student created a uniquely extraordinary and ingenious joint model,” said Ms Bala.
The models were judged on their creativity, detail and accuracy in design, in addition to labelling the component parts correctly, and the demonstration of complex yet realistic movement.
The winner was Bryn Moore for his superbly realistic model of the forearm. In second place was Mahen Jeyasinghe for his enterprise in showing muscle contraction. Third place was awarded to Euan Chan for his originality in showing movement in the hand.
Highly commended were Daniil Balakhnin, Logan Ritchie and James Sutherland.
Congratulations to all these boys for their ingenuity!