TOP AWARDS CLINCHED AT THE ASEAN STUDENT SCIENCE PROJECT COMPETITION
The 2nd ASEAN Student Science Project Competition (ASPC) at the National Science Museum, Thailand took place from 24 to 30 July 2016.
This competition aimed to encourage students in developing skills in science and technology such as experimentation, communication, and innovation. Participating in this competition allows the students in the ASEAN countries to practise solving problems in daily life and provides a venue for students to foster friendships and networking among each other.
Singapore’s participation in the event was being coordinated by the Ministry of Education. The other school representing Singapore was Fairfield Methodist Secondary School. The highlights of this year’s ASPC included science project presentations, ASEAN Youth Forum activity, and cultural activities. All students were encouraged to participate fully in all the activities organised by the hosting organiser.
Our students have done exceedingly well in this competition, with Belle Sow Miaoer (Year 5) winning the Project of the Year Award, and Huang Feiyang (Year 5) winning the second prize in the Biology Category.