The students will give a series of inspiring explanations in this exploration of cutting edge science and technology exhibition.
The parents and guardians have been invited to attend and meet the young to be scientists, discover something new and have fun with hands on activities.
Deputy principal Alice Naime said the exhibition is part of their science curriculum under the topic energy.
The students have been studying energy courses in the last 20 weeks and have integrated what they learnt into being a global citizen and how they can contribute to environmental sustainability.
From the knowledge on how to save energy, the students have created innovative products that contribute globally to sustainable development.
The older students were allowed to work on their projects at home while the younger students did their projects during class.
The students took about five weeks to complete their projects that will be showcased during the exhibition.