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Year 12 Group 4 Projects

19 juni 2017

There was a buzz in the air Thursday evening when proud year 12’s presented their Group 4 projects to parents, teachers and their classmates.

Incredibly inventive models were built that showed promising prospects for some of the students who want to study engineering. Biologists investigated sustainable methods of using plants to clean water, the effect of pollution on the environment and how to reduce CO2 pollution to fight global warming. Chemists investigated degradable materials and explored the structures and characteristics of materials as tools to build optimized prototypes. Physicists explored how to create green energy by for example: connecting a generator to transfer the kinetic energy of a bicycle into an induced electrical current which proved to be successful. Overall the students combined their knowledge of the branches of science and worked as a team to produce exquisite innovations. Their collaborative skills were expressed evidently from their enthusiasm throughout the projects and during their presentations.

Ms Graham, Leo Michel-Grosjean and Milan Patel