Gleneagles students Leah Nathan, 7E and David Stark, 9E have been well rewarded for their hard work. With the help of their teachers, Ms Dang, Ms Mullins and Ms Ivkov they entered the annual Science Talent Search run by the Science Teachers’ Association of Victoria. Science Talent Search is an annual event and is open to all primary and secondary students up to Year 12.
Their project, “It’s the Bee’s Burden” and “Building and Programming a Robot to Solve a Rubik’s Cube” earned them a minor bursary and major bursary respectively. Leah and David will attend the Presentation Day on Monday 27th October 2014 at Latrobe University, Bundoora. Over 800 winning students will be present to display and explain their entries and to receive their bursary cheques at special presentation ceremonies. All members of the public are invited to attend the Exhibition of entries and to view the work that is being done by the scientists of the future. The exhibition opens at 10.00am in the Union Hall.
Congratulations to the following students who received Merits certificates for their entries:
Mitchell Beckett 7; Matthew Halliwell 7E; Arushi Gupta 7E; Xuan Vu 7E; Fatima Mozaffari 8C; Jaisha Nadeem 8C; Naomi Taylor 8A.
Ms Mullins, Ms Dang & Ms Ivkov