Final Round of The Stem Competition

Thursday, 06/06/2024, 11:06 (GMT)

On the afternoon of May 23, 2024, the final round of the Primary School STEM competition “Making a Difference” took place successfully. It showcased many unique and highly applicable ideas aimed at sustainable development.

After a month-long launch, the contest attracted over 90 students from grades 1 to 5. 57 entries spanned models, software, and scientific investigation reports. Out of these, 15 exceptional projects were selected for the final round.

During the final stage, contestants presented practical solutions designed to make life healthier, safer, and more comfortable. Highlights included a flood-resistant house model, an oxygen generator from seaweed, and a water filtration system for plants. All these models were crafted from recycled materials, underscoring the competition’s commitment to reducing waste and achieving sustainable development goals.

Additionally, contestants introduced innovative ideas to enhance learning, making subjects like History, Information Technology, Mathematics, and English more engaging. Noteworthy projects, such as the Dien Bien Phu Sand physical model, English learning software, and keyboard training support software, impressed all teachers, parents, and students in attendance. 

The 2024 STEM competition left a lasting impression, celebrating Vinsers’ vibrant scientific curiosity and boundless creativity. With the unwavering support of teachers and parents, it is hoped that the students will continue to nurture their love for learning and further develop their ideas.