Primary: Body Defences (Immunity)

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Produced by the Health Protection Agency, this e-Bug resource helps students to look at the different ways the body defends itself against harmful infections. Extensive teacher guidance and stimulus materials help to cover topics including: * How the skin forms a barrier that prevents microbes entering the body * How white blood cells eat microbes inside the body * How antibodies, produced by white blood cells, fight infections. Some of these materials are suitable for more able children.

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