Photos & Video: Purvis Primary Science Fair

February 24, 2020 | 1 Comment

Purvis Primary School recently held its annual Science Fair, serving to highlight the students’ scientific knowledge and inquiry skills.

A spokesperson said, “Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 was the beginning of Purvis Primary School’s 19th Annual Science Fair. The science fair projects are based on the Cambridge science curriculum, and highlight the students’ scientific knowledge and inquiry skills.

“Every student from Primary 1 to Primary 6 presents their experiment to a panel of judges and answers their questions. The science fair challenges the students to solve questions using the scientific method, think like scientists, develop their organizational skills, enhance their writing skills, and oral-presentation skills.

“This year 4 students achieved a perfect 100% for their projects. They were: Lydia Pearman, Michael Evans, San-ye Williams, Amaya Bean, Tyler Dickinson, Cayzie Ford, Kiera Trott.

Following are the first to third place winners.

Blue Ribbons – 90% – 100%

Naevia Dean-Williams, Tahirah Peixoto, Stephen Smith, Mylee Somersall, Ayce Burgess, Nasii Gibbons, Luanne Makomo, Steve Virbert, Journey Williams, Cree Bean, Ari Edness, Quin Burgess, Layla Pearman, Catelaya Tomaz, Nicolas Gomez-Caines, Amaris Nusum, Jace Postlethwaite, Leo Candiolo, Eliana Trott, Taelor Wilson, Izaiah Atwell, Dhakiya Burch-Waldron, Dunstan Desa, Blessings Hendrickson, Timothy Pearman, Rayne Smith, Giovanni Araujo, Dash Bailey, Tori Richardson, Chaz Edmead, Shiloh Simmons, Tahlon Smith, Althea Sevilla, Serenity Armstrong, Maria Desa, Ah’Zira Caines, E’mari Ingemann, Kruz Iris, Eloise Smith, Michael Smith, and Arhyiah Tatem.

Red Ribbon – 80%-89%

Tonitah Hollis, Jayden Viera, Ameena Burchall, Yanzy Ratteray, Kiley Burt, Andre Coley, Hunter Harvey, Macray Scott, Jadae Tucker, Ja’Quito Young, Kyle Constable, T’Kobi Scott, Malik Tomaz, Sohl Hunt, Jasim Peixoto, Sukanya Jobson, Noah Richardson, Diana Villamarin, Caleb Watson, Pia James, Natalee Moniz, Amira Gift, Sofia Lindo, Londyn Place, Jesston Thomas, Seiji Wallington-Ingham, Jayden Willie, Raya Burgess, Rufaro Kunze, Anicia Samuels, Roman Wilkinson, Jah-Quay Allen, Angelo Burgess, Lyfe Rewan Robinson, Davion Carroll, Noah Gift, Khiry White, Zaynah Evans, De’shalae Lowe, Raquel Sequiera, and Xion Smith.

Yellow Ribbon – 70%-79%

Kyle Caisey, Tayz Showers, Amiyah Williams, Angelina Brown, Uriah Caisey, Faith Portenous, Kanae Roberts, Amanda Cranston, Aizen Moniz, Priya Cumbermack, Katrin Forde, Kingston Ratteray, Jesiah Stovell, Amani Astwood, Kyron Bryan, Kemani Dean, Tanaka Kunze, Melia Weeks, Anya Burns, Psalm Caines, Daelaun Carroll, Keziah-Marie Dallas, Kadence Robinson, Sajai Seaman-Thomas, Akira Pacheco, Taniah Simmons-Tucker, Nile Armstrong, Mahli Russell, Semaj Basden-Scott, Anyssa Coley, Taylor Harvey, Alexis Sousa, Yeasmin Cummings, Justin Dill, Aaron King, and Chaya Lambert-James.”

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  1. Real Deal says:

    if Bermuda is to self develop this needs to be bigger and better and in a public space like cityhall on weekend and students should man their stalls

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