STEAM Innovations Fair is an amazing learning journey. Not only do students experience authentic science by following the Scientific Inquiry Process or the Engineering Design Process, they also develop literacy, numeracy, technology, critical thinking, communicating, creativity, collaboration and self management skills.

Congratulations to all students who entered a project this year. It is a lot of hard work and takes considerable time and effort, and you have all done yourselves proud!

 

The standard of projects this year has once again been very high and we would like to thank all students for producing such amazing projects. Well done!  69 projects were entered and of those, 20 have been judged the best of the fair.

 

Special congratulations to the students listed below and a special thanks to the parents and teachers who supported them along the way.

 

Innovations and Inventions

Lydia Anderson - Chalk it Up

Camerone Chin and Joe Thistlethwaite - Corner Laptop Protectors

Hemadri Dutta - The W.E.L.J

Brooke Game and James Ling - Canine Kai Feeder

Kieran Gawn - Six Months in a Leaky Boat

Kishan Harry - How Loud Is It?

Kayan Lawyer - Blind Corner Warning Sign

Reuben Martin - Give Me a Brake, Car!

Benjamin Merchant - Bikers' Indication Vest

Annabelle Olsen - Freedom from Nagging

 

Consumer Science

Holly Borthwick - Are You Bready For Some Gluten?

Aleisha Coleman - What's with all the Gluten-Free Waffle?

 

Living World

Sam Buckingham - Ready, Steady, Grow

Benjamin Kee - CSI Neurosky

Jack Want - Diabetes in Action

Physical and Material World

Olivia Dixon - Too Loud!

Henry Zheng - Hydraulics Power

 

Environmental Science

Celia Chan and Leona Zhao - Galvanic Coffee

Sofia Currie - How Clean is My Beach?

Benjamin McLaren - The Worm Hole

 

We will interview all these students about their projects and then decide which projects will be entered into the NIWA South and East Auckland Science and Technology Fair, to be held at Mission Heights Junior College on 15/16 August. We wish all these students well and all the best for the judging, and their interviews.