Young scientists at Holy Rosary

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Students at science fair.13 June 2019

The young scientists from Holy Rosary School, Kensington, have been working on ways of understanding our world at the school’s annual Science Fair.

Students from every year level prepared a total of almost 100 entries, investigating areas of science they are really passionate about and interested in learning more about. This year’s displays included working models, experimental investigations, videos, photography, creative writing, information books and posters. The students proudly shared their projects with their own class and with their science teacher.

Twenty-five of this year’s projects have been selected to enter into the Victorian Science Talent Search, providing an opportunity to compete against thousands of students from schools across Victoria. A number of Holy Rosary students have received a major bursary (the highest level of award in the competition) through the state’s Science Talent Search over the last three years.