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The Science Department at Byrchall High School
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Thank you a recording would be great!
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
this password isn't working for me?
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Today is National Tattoo Day. A lot of people have tattoos: an estimated 12% of Europeans and 24% Americans. Take a look at what is in tattoo ink and how different colours are produced. Thanks to
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
We once again once to thank all of our students who have engaged so well with home learning. We are all really proud of everything that you have achieved this year. Have a rest, stay safe and we can't to see you all again in September
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Miss McConachie has spent the last 5 days coordinating all students who were nominated as our Scientists of Home Learning. Tired does not even begin to explain how she is feeling...
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Can't get any higher praise from Mr Thorpe than this! Well done Malakei for all your hard work at home
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Well done Jason for maintaining your high standards of work during your home learning period
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Amazing work consistently being sent in from Rebecca. Your hard work at home has not gone unnoticed by Miss McConachie
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Big thank you from Mr Gregory on all your hard work Owen
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Thank you Dale for keeping going with your high standards of work
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Can't get any higher praise from Mr Thorpe than this! Well done Tyler for all your hard work at home
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Another trooper from Mr Thorpe's class in getting her work done
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Fantastic contributions from Abigail in year 7
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
A future scientist in the making? Well done for using your own initiative to try and get the most out your home learning
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Another one of our hard workers who deserves to be praised for his efforts
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Alexandra has been positively engaged in all aspects of remote learning in science
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Alistair has a brilliant attitude towards his learning
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
The comment from Miss Connolly says it all really. Big thank you and well done to Joshua!
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Byrchall Science Jul 17
Big shout out to Daniel for his hard throughout the whole of this year!
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Byrchall Science Jul 16
Courtney would put 110% into her science work if that was actually possible. Such a hard worker
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