Science fair displays cover range of topics
Over 70 budding scientists have taken part in Woy Woy Public School's Science Fair.
Principal Ona Buckley said students created a number of exciting and educational displays for the Science Fair covering a range of topics.
"There were projects ranging from creating a diving bell using technology from home, to demonstrating rapid decomposition using the 'Elephant's Toothpaste' demonstration.
"The quality of the displays was high with staff and students commenting on how many different types of scientific processes were on display in one location.
"After a lot of work by the four judges, the eventual award for first place went to Terence Wu in 3/4B. "This is one of the hardest fairs our teachers have had to judge as the quality was so high," Ms Buckley said.
Newsletter, 16 Aug 2019
Ona Buckley, Woy Woy Public School
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