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Last week a group of Year 7 students attended a STEM Day Out at UNISA. This was one of our subject enrichment days that we hold for students who have significant ability in particular subjects. STEM Day Out consisted of three STEM workshops. The Science Workshop explored the science of air and flight, as students discovered the science behind planes and how they fly. In the Engineering Workshop, students worked in small groups to design and construct the tallest, free standing tower possible, while the Mathematical Sciences ‘Perplexing Puzzles’ workshop provided a series of fun, captivating brain-benders through which students discovered how mathematical thinking links to problem-solving. The STEM Day Out was a fun but challenging day for these students who worked collaboratively and creatively to solve the problems that were posed for them. The students were accompanied by Mrs Wills and Mrs Slattery (Middle School Science Co-ordinator)

Kathryn Wills
Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator

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