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UNSW Science Competition 2015

In 2015’s UNSW Science Competition, there were 394 participants from P3 – P6. This competition is conducted yearly for the Primary 3 – 6 pupils who are keen to challenge themselves further in their learning of Science. The organising committee for UNSW mentioned that “students from Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) achieved outstanding results when they participated in ICAS (International Competitions and Assessments for Schools)”.

This year, we achieved a total of 29 High Distinctions, 111 Distinctions, 127 Credit and 32 Merit certificates for this competition. In addition, we have a medal winner this year. Tay Eewan from Primary 3D, took part in the UNSW Science competition for the first time and was awarded a medal for his astounding results. We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the participants.