Tuesday July 11 2017
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West Spreydon School pupils (left to right) James Quinn, Carsyn Welton, Leah Pratten and Amy Webber won the EPRO8 Challenge – a science competition for primary schools from the South Island. The science students, led by teacher Jude Lange, defeated 144 teams from across 120 primary schools. They won the competition by 50 points achieving a winning score of 350. Teams competing in the challenge had to create many items, including a moving bus over 1.2m, and a camera boom over 2m high. Other students were able to follow the team’s achievements during the day as principal Marriene Langton announced updates on the competition across the school’s loudspeaker system. The cheering could be heard all over the school grounds.
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