Class 3 Project

grow plants without soil class 3 2018 se
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Electrical Circuit

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Vincent Smith

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD

1st   SCIENCE 

2nd  SCIENCE

3rd  SCIENCE

Hazel Rose-Guthrie

SCIENCE EXHIBITION AWARDS 
NEXT EXHIBITION

TUE MAY 14, 2019, 09.00 AM
 

AUDITORIUM

UP & COMING

Science

Exhibition

2019 May...

S.T.E.M.

This term, the J1 and J2 students, led by Mrs. Guthrie (who teaches Science to those year groups), continued to explore the dynamics of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).  St. Gabriel’s was pleased to collaborate with Dr. Mechelle Gittens and Dr. Curtis Gittens (parents of Tiiu in J1S and Liisi in Rec. S), as they gave of their time and expertise, introducing the children to the world of ‘Programming’.   The students’ minds were ignited with curiosity as they were carefully coached in the steps of ‘CODING’, sparking creativity and critical thinking.  
 We would like to heartily thank both Dr. Mechelle Gittens and Dr. Curtis Gittens, for ensuring that St. Gabriel’s continues its Educational Programme in combining Science and Information Technology

(left) – Dr. Mechelle Gittens shows a J1 child a key point on the screen.

SCIENCE DEBATE 

TOPIC: SHOULD WE PREPARE FOR NATURAL DISASTERS?

Both teams presented well researched topics. J4T argued against while J4L argued for. J4T team of Fynn Armstrong, Noel Clarke and Sakya Bannister were the eventual winners of the debate with a strong lead in two of three categories. The debate was actually held in January of 2018.

Science Exhibition Results

SCIENCE

Class 3 project Term 1

How to grow a plant

without soil

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Class 3 project Term 2

Electrical Circuit

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