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Biology germination challenge

Teacher of Biology, Environment Co-ordinator, and School Archivist, Mr Bartram, set pupils a 'Germination Challenge' over the Easter holiday. Pupils have been invited to send in photos of their germinating plants, and we're delighted to share some of these with you. 

Thank you to Léonie for sending in this photo of a wildflower honeybee plant sprouting and to Deniz for sharing a photo of the beans she is growing in cotton.

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