St George & Sutherland Shire Leader
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School's ocean project gets competition nod

EK
Updated April 4 2024 - 11:28am, first published March 25 2024 - 11:30am
Georges River College Peakhurst students Lillian King, Abigail McKenzie, Amelia Wilson, Tahlia Coulton, Abbie Clay and Mya Wong with Principal Diane Wilson and teacher Ahmad Bousaleh. Students were required to create a one-minute video and worked collaboratively to write a report detailing their idea for mechanically driven artificial upwelling. Picture by Chris Lane
Georges River College Peakhurst students Lillian King, Abigail McKenzie, Amelia Wilson, Tahlia Coulton, Abbie Clay and Mya Wong with Principal Diane Wilson and teacher Ahmad Bousaleh. Students were required to create a one-minute video and worked collaboratively to write a report detailing their idea for mechanically driven artificial upwelling. Picture by Chris Lane

Year 10 students from Georges River College Peakhurst have won the Junior Division of a competition that recognises achievements in marine and aquaculture technology.

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EK

St George and Sutherland Shire Leader reporter covering education, health and general community news. Email: ekolimar@theleader.com.au

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