The Manawatu Regional Science Fair was held on the weekend at the Barber Hall on Friday 3 August and Saturday 4 August.
Carncot School received many very commendable placings! The achievements of all of our students can be attributed to high levels of focus, motivation and research with their projects, which was evident in the group projects at the Year 6 level and individual Year 7 and Year 8 entries. Several judges commented that they were very impressed with the high standards of knowledge and enthusiasm that the Carncot pupils demonstrated for their projects.
Science & Technology High Distinction – Alana Smith
Science & Technology Junior Highly Commended – Anna Wood, Ivy Hadley-Jones and Sophia Pinkney
Science & Technology Junior 3rd Place – Allie Booth, Sophie Kirkwood and Ashleigh van Rynbach
Science Encouragement – Jiya Bothra, Thomas Malone
Youth Judged Science & Technology – Amy Macpherson
Special Prize (Australia & NZ Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching) – First Place – Alana Smith
Massey University Internship – Allie Booth, Sophie Kirkwood and Ashleigh van Rynbach
Science Award Trust – Madeleine Hehir, Amy Macpherson
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Technology (Metal contstruction) – Alana Smith
Faculty of Humanities and Business – Madeleine Hehir