Pupils shine at Science Expo

2018-09-27 06:01
PHOTO: supplied Pupils from Olwandle High School attended the Science EXPO for Young Scientists with their Science and Technology teacher Nonto Chibane.

PHOTO: supplied Pupils from Olwandle High School attended the Science EXPO for Young Scientists with their Science and Technology teacher Nonto Chibane.

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PUPILS from Olwandle High School in Gamalakhe represented the school when they participated in the Science EXPO for Young Scientists, sponsored by Eskom, recently.

All participating pupils received certificates of recognition and the school also received two bronze medals, one silver, and one gold for projects exhibited at the Expo.

One of the pupils from the school received an award for the Best Energy Project, while a further two were selected to attend the National Science fair in Johannesburg later this year.

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