“The most important thing is to never stop questioning!”
The Science Exhibition organized by Suncitizens of Grade VI, VII and VIII was a resounding success. The exhibition was spread over three days and had a number of students and teachers participating and collaborating hand in hand to make the event successful.
The projects displayed were diverse and covered a range of scientific disciplines, including biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Through a variety of engaging and interactive projects, experiments, and models, the exhibition aimed to showcase the potential to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs]. Exhibits were designed on sub themes such as Sustainable Agricultural Practices, Good Health and Well Being, Clean Water and Sanitation, Resource Management, and Future Transport.
The science exhibition saw "Design thinking in action". Students went through a process of building empathy, brainstorming and ideation, generating prototypes and testing their ideas for creating the interactive models.
The exhibition created a learning environment that encouraged the development and application of 21st century skills like Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity and Communication to address real-world challenges and opportunities.
The enthusiastic and highly energetic budding scientists proudly displayed their meticulously orchestrated exhibits and explained the working principles with confidence, which was greatly appreciated by the parents, teachers and fellow students.