This week 3rd classes were surprised to find out that:
a) the liver is quite so large,
b) the lungs are quite so high up in the chest, and
c) that so much can fit in to the human body.
The illuminating lesson was led by Mrs Renshaw’s sister in law, theatre nurse Mary-Anne Renshaw, who visited to talk about the human body.
Drawing a life size replica of their own bodies and filling in the internal organs was a graphic way to cement understanding of what goes where.
Having already studied the skeleton in detail, the students are well on the way to med school!