The Caribbean Cytometry & Analytical Society in partnership with Scotiabank, has rewarded three keen students for their outstanding science project at the recently concluded People’s Cathedral Primary School Science gala sponsored by CCAS.
At the science gala, 11 year-old students Nathaniel Layne, Tre Robinson and Tyrese Robinson presented a group project “From Trash to Gas: From Waste to Power”.
Their effort was awarded by the opportunity to represent the school at BMEX where they secured third position out of all school exhibits, and with other tangible rewards, as Scotiabank presented each student with a Kindle Fire HD.
Their work was also noticed by Clyde Griffith who invited them to present their projects at the Inaugural Road Show of The Barbados Renewable Energy Association. CCAS chose this project for the excellence in scientific technique and innovation displayed by these young students.
Scotiabank and CCAS carried their encouragement a step further by awarding each Class Four graduating student of The People’s Cathedral Primary, a beginner’s account with Scotiabank for their participation in the recently concluded science gala.
“Throughout the world, Scotiabank supports environmental initiatives in nonprofit organisations,” said Trevor Springer, Manager of Scotiabank’s External Sales Unit. “We applaud the efforts of CCAS and People’s Cathedral Primary.”