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Junior Campionites exhibit science talent

THE YOUNG students of Campion School demonstrated their fine creative skills in the science models exhibition on the school premises on Saturday.

india Updated: Feb 18, 2007 00:34 IST

THE YOUNG students of Campion School demonstrated their fine creative skills in the science models exhibition on the school premises on Saturday.

Speaking on the occasion, school principal Father Marianus Kerketta appreciated the efforts of teachers and management. With the varied craft skills, the second standard students tried to blend the rural and urban picture of India.

‘Save Nature, Save Wild Animals’ and other environment-friendly models presented by the students of class III set the viewers mind thinking towards environment protection. The final destination of creativity was a feast for the eyes in the form of beautiful pots and glass paintings exhibited at the art room.  

Aman Khantaal of class V presented his model based on solar system. Aman said that everyone wants to know about solar system therefore he made the model on solar system. Arul Nema, class V, suggested how can one use air in daily life as
second option of energy with the help of his model titled ‘Usage of Air’.

Different types of pollution and its effects on environment were highlighted by Tanmay Saxena of the same class with his ‘Environment Model’.

HT-PACE Teacher Coordinator in the school, Babita Bhakta said, “They are trying to explain more and more than they know”.

Parents were surprised to see the multi-faceted art of their children. Father of a participating child, Miland Pophali, said, “This exhibition is really an eye-opener for all parents.

It is very difficult to believe that these little minds can think and implement as high as a team of professionals do. All this was accomplished under the guidance and blessings of the Head Mistress of the Primary Section.