Science Week 2023

The Stem Committee strikes again, with a whole week of activities to celebrate Science Week! This year’s theme: INNOVATION!

From the 14th to the 17th of August, Lyndale Secondary College had Science Week activities! We had an AI Generated Kahoot, a Lego competition, a Cake contest, and a screening of a Movie! Here’s a rundown of the week we had:

AI Generated Kahoot (Monday, 14th)

To kick off the week, we had a Kahoot with questions generated by Chat-GPT. We had questions that ranged from completely normal general pop quiz trivia to deranged unfair and slightly cursed chaos. Despite the craziness of the Kahoot, we had our top three for the day (shown in the photo below), winning canteen vouchers!

Our Kahoot Winners (From Left to Right: Chance, Hamish, Devasena, & Sharanky)!

Lego Masters Competition (Wednesday, 16th)

With the theme of INNOVATION, students contestants were tasked with creating a lego masterpiece! From a variety of vibrantly coloured stud-covered bricks came structures of all sorts. Unfortunately, as this competition is still ongoing (every Wednesday) we do not have the results of the competition just yet. But the blog will get back to ya once we do!

For now, good luck to those participating!

Cake Competition (Thursday, 17th)

The winning cake!

Then came the highlight of the week: our annual Science Week Cake Competition! Students came in with cakes of all sorts under the theme of INNOVATION!

Our very professional judges Eurisha, Ai, and Ms Lenehan decided the winners! The top three were: Samar, Zaryab, and Fatima! We had very good looking (and tasty) cakes

Meet the Robinsons Movie Screening (Friday 18th)

To top off the week, we had ‘Meet the Robinsons’ played in the auditorium! Students came during lunchtime to watch the movie on the big screen! A nice relaxing activity to cap off the hectic week amirite?

Overall, Science Week was a success! Special Thanks to the STEM Committee for organising these events in spite of the very vague theme we had for this year. To be fair last year’s theme was sand. Until next year!

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