The annual Life and Physical Sciences EXPO was an outstanding success this year with 277 boys presenting their work over two days. The overall quality was just outstanding and the imagination of the boys never ceases to amaze me.
Their resourcefulness and creativity generated such diverse projects that included making a (working!) jet-engine from recycled materials, extracting actual metallic iron from breakfast cereals and a robot that can follow a beam of light all on its own.
Well done to the boys, and many thanks to the guest judges who invested their valuable time in marking so many projects.
Head of Physical Science