Queens College wins National Competition in Barbados

Team Members: Tiffany Foster and Zaria Layne

Congratulations to the team from the Queen College secondary school who emerged victorious for the second year in a row in the Sagicor Visionaries Challenge national competition.

National Winners Queen’s College received:

  • A computerised mobile science & technology centre (Vernier System)
  • 6 CXC approved science kits. (3 biology, 2 Chemistry and 1 physics)
  • Special Awards for:
  • Most Community Involvement
  • Most Creative & Innovative
  • Best Project Solution
  • Most Relevant to School or Community
  • A  trophy and certificate
  • Each team member will receive a GoPro Hero 4 camera and Samsung Smartwatch and the Supervising Teacher will receive an Amazon Kindle Fire HD
  • The team leader & supervising teacher of the winning school will be the country representative at the Regional Level where the regional champion will have the opportunity to win up to US$5,000 for their school.
  • The team leader & supervising teacher will enjoy an all-expenses-paid 7 day STEM Ambassador Programme in Tampa, Florida  in July 2016.
  • Team Members: Tiffany Foster and Zaria Layne
Team Members: Tiffany Foster and Zaria Layne

Team Members: Tiffany Foster and Zaria Layne with their Teacher

1st Runner up Daryll Jordan Secondary School received:

  • A computerised mobile science & technology centre  (Vernier System)
  • 4 CXC approved science kits (2 biology, 1 Chemistry and 1 physics) and
  • A trophy and certificate
  • Team Members: Saskia Singh, Naja Smith, Akilah Rogers, Javan Henry and Kaysha Small
Team members pose with Anderson King, VP Marketing and Corporate Communications

Team members pose with Anderson King, VP Marketing and Corporate Communications

2nd Runner up The St. Michael School (Abigail Johnson) received:

  • 10 CXC approved science kits (5 biology, 2 Chemistry and 3 physics) and
  • a trophy and certificate
  • Special Awards for Best Presentation and Best Use of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Abigail Johnson receiving her prize from Marsha-Ann Clarke, Assistant Registrar - Business Development Officer, Caribbean Examinations Council.

Abigail Johnson receiving her prize from Marsha-Ann Clarke, Assistant Registrar – Business Development Officer, Caribbean Examinations Council.