In this competition the students had to present their findings without assistance of their teacher. One interesting fact of note was the shear number of students who chose to participate in the event. In total, there were 567 participants involved in 21 projects. The students created posters in English language, which explained the details about each of their individual projects. The main purpose of the event was to integrate the natural science subjects within a team-work structure and to encourage leadership skills.
* Students needed to observe, classify, measure, predict, and collect data for their analysis
* The exhibitors were required to explain the processes involved in their projects with responsibility and clear conclusions
* They used local materials and new creative ideas to make suggestions of ways to resolve some of the environmental problems we face in terms of energy consumption in the 21st century.
* Cooperation between guardian/parents, teachers and students was encouraged, in order to build confidence for the students in both public speaking and the practical use of the English language.
* Finally, the three winning projects as selected by the judges and PSIS Science Committee were:
1. First Place: Soap Production from grade 12E
2. Second Place: Laser Security from grade 12D
3. Third Place: A Turbine Wind Experiment from 12F