Endangered species project boosts Biologists knowledge
In place of the Biology department’s traditional Chester Zoo Day, Second Year pupils had the day off timetable to work on a project about endangered species.
Each form was divided into small groups and asked to present a poster on an endangered species that they thought was important to save.
They had to tell their classmates about the animal, why it was important and why it was at risk.
They also all had a talk delivered by an expert at Chester Zoo about how we can help prevent extinction and were able to see some of the artefacts collected when animals are hunted for trade.
Within each form, a winning poster was chosen and these are now proudly displayed on the notice board as you enter the Biology building.