Worle science students showcase inventions at science fair
PUBLISHED: 11:00 06 May 2018
Worle students unveiled their inventions at a science fair.
Year nine pupils at Worle Community School, in Redwing Drive, presented a variety of creations, including a wind turbine, bacteria rating machine and a kayak for disabled people to use.
Olivia Finch won first prize in the investigation section, and Sophie Hillier won the construction competition.
Hannah Buxton, Keira Lambert and Grace Picardo-Ashworth finished first in the research section, while Emily Withers’ disabled-friendly kayak earned her first prize in the engineering section.
The students spent weeks preparing their inventions before unveiling them to the rest of the school.
Principal Jacqui Scott said: “These inventions were amazing and there was so much enthusiasm for the event.
“Many of the students are pursuing careers in science or related fields.”
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