We are proud to announce that Peninsula International School Australia won 3rd overall place in Malaysia for the Science category in the Education Perfect World Series 2018 competition! Being a new school and the fact that it’s the first attempt, this is indeed an achievement to be proud of.
The Education Perfect World Series 2018 competition is conducted online, and the content is aligned to the Australian curriculum for Years 7 to 12, and the New Zealand curriculum for Years 7 to 13. The competition for the Science category started on August 13 and ended on August 20.
Seven students from Peninsula participated in this contest, and their overall score contributed to the overall third placing. Four of the seven students won silver, bronze and credit awards – Dhuveen Ganeson (silver), Hammaad Idrishi (bronze), Aditya Mookiah (bronze), Jasiel Hor (credit).
During the same period, the school also had its Science Week where students in Middle School collaborated with Junior School students to produce slime, playdoh, bath bombs and biofuel rockets. The students clearly enjoyed themselves thoroughly, as they were seen chanting “Science is the best” while leaving the science labs. Kudos to the Head of Science, Ms Janelle Dorian!
Group photo of students with their slime during Science Week
Dhuveen Ganeson and Aditya Mookiah showing their Education Perfect certificates
Students making fluffy slime during Science Week