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Zartner, Vivien

Zartner, Vivien

May 18, 2020

Vivi's project focused on the recent developments in medicine, focusing particularly on stem cells, CRISPR, and other topics. She made a website to display everything she had found out. Click here to see her website! ...

Yim, Hye-Won

Yim, Hye-Won

May 18, 2020

Hye-won produced four beautiful paintings, each expressing something about the four countries that she has lived in - England, Japan, Uruguay and Korea. She researched and employed different techniques from each country to make her paintings. See them here! ...

Uesugi, Natsuki

Uesugi, Natsuki

May 18, 2020

Natsuki's project explored the link between the conscious and the subconscious through dreams, and whether there is one at all. Take a look at some of her project evidence here. ...

Tobio, Iria

Tobio, Iria

May 18, 2020

Iria's project was inspired by an internship with a radiologist to make her project about new innovations in healthcare. She researched nine different topics, ranging from telemedicine to smart inhalers. Here's a sneak peek of the website she made!...

Paterson, Olivia

May 18, 2020

Olivia organised a Wheelchair Basketball event for her peers in multiple grades for her project. It was a super new, fun and exciting experience for everyone who played! Read her words about it below. "Topic: How Sports can change Attitudes Towards Disability Goal: To demonstrate the positive impact that playing and inclusive sport can have on a group of (able-bodied) students and teachers I was so lucky to be able to organize a Wheelchair Basketball event for my peers and students earlier this year. This was an inc...

Mishra, Meghna

Mishra, Meghna

May 18, 2020

Meghna's project looked at substitutes in baking, and whether they were better than the originals. I would have liked to be a test subject for this one! See some of her work below. ...

Martinez, Irene

Martinez, Irene

May 18, 2020

For her personal project, Irene indulged in her interest in medicine by exploring the creation of biological compounds. Her product was a 3D printed heart! Look at her work below. ...

Kahl, Luisa

May 18, 2020

Luisa's project looked at Singaporean architecture. Take a look at what she had to say below: "Throughout the process of this year's personal project, I focused on architecture. In architecture, I particularly looked at a city. In this case Singapore. I was born in Singapore and lived there for some time. I've always found architecture very interesting and see it as a career opportunity. For the project itself, I looked at three phases of Singaporean architecture and created very simple models for each phase using a...

Hansraj, Nadiyah

Hansraj, Nadiyah

May 18, 2020

Nadiyah photographed her relationships with people and places using a film camera, where the then made a film of her developing film photos in a dark room. She pasted the developed photos in a photo album, resulting in her final product: a film of the developing process of film photos and a photo album...

Third Place… Anonymous Grade 11

March 4, 2020

Sitting idly in the backseat of the car Felt no different on the way to put on a new skin And leave everything behind Than driving to the supermarket, Straight, roundabout, second exit on the left. The Numb sat deep and purred in my chest when the girl I had lived with For six months sobbed on my shoulder, as if she Were the one that would never again see the people she became the first real version of herself with, And I were the one coming back in a week and-a-half as short as a second. Hearing the pla...

Second Place… Isabella Hale

March 4, 2020

The Book of Life By Isabella Hale The book of life, Lies still and silent...... Coated in a coarse layer of dust, A musty smell surging through the air, The book, undisturbed for years, Gradually forced out of hibernation. The uneasy feeling of change, Brought about by the opening of the book. With a meaning yet unclear, It holds a selection of desires, that slither out throughout the progression of evolution. The hunger for adventure; The belief of a soul changing moment; And a path to...

First Place… Diya Asawa!

March 4, 2020

Tip of My Pen    I can feel the beginnings of a poem  at the tip of my pen But I don’t have the right words To begin my verse a seed   My hand floats in mid-air Stuck somewhere between my brain and the paper I don’t know how my seed will grow a drought   So I wait.  From time to time I stare at the tip of my pen And I wonder where I’ll be when its tip will split open to reveal  a flower bud.  that after some sunlight, some rain,  will explode and blo...

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