Gordon International students exhibit science innovations

Students at the Gordon International School proudly showcased a range of science innovations today at their school during their science and technology fair.

Their innovative projects range from technological inventions and models of 22nd century boats, creative ideas surrounding renewable energy for sustainable development.

From the knowledge on how to save energy, the students have created innovative products that contribute globally to sustainable development.

The students in Grades 1 and 2 based their creative ideas on how to conserve the environment.

The Grades 3 and 4 looked into the future and designed boats for the 22nd century and renewable energy inventions like solar power and wind turbines.

The Grades 5 and 6 did a range of inventions including garden sprinklers, balloon powered cars, water purifier, spear gun and weather reporter.

The senior Grades 7 and 8 designed models of rockets, wind mills, solar powered car and deigned an illustration of how volcanoes are formed.

The students proudly gave a series of constructive and inspiring explanations in this exploration of cutting edge science and technology exhibition.

The teachers and parents were impressed with the effort the students put into building their projects.

The students took about five weeks to complete their projects that were showcased during the exhibition.

Pictures by Kennedy Bani

Quintina Naime