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TRIO World School Students enthrall the audience at the Science Fair
Trio world school in Bangalore hosted science fair at their campus recently. Many students showcased their talents by representing some of the most innovative and creative science projects.
Some of the commendable projects at the science fair were working models of heart, lungs and the human digestive system. Students also portrayed working models of magnetic levitation, optical illusion, Gauss rifle, anti gravity machine, hot air balloons, volcano, alcohol rocket, anemometer and energy transformation. Structural models of enzyme catalysis, Kidneys, solar cooker and Kaleidoscope also stole the show at the fair.

"The basic motive of hosting the fair was to ensure that the students develop abilities and skills that are relevant to the practice of science which they could apply in their everyday life. We wanted to stimulate their interests and provide them with first-hand experience by promoting 'learning by doing' method. The students didn't only surprise us with their creativity and innovation but also made us realize that there is no dearth of talent and aptitude in the upcoming generation," said K M Naveen, Managing Director of TRIO World School in a press statement.

TRIO World School, established in 2007, provides IGCSE, ICSE, AS and A-Level curriculum. It offers the highest quality global education to children and young people of all nationalities within a safe and caring environment.

The school has become a favourite of not only among Indian students living in IT City of Bangalore but also students from around 21 other countries, and remarkably so, over a span of just few years.

TRIO is the pilot school in Karnataka to introduce Fair Trade, a movement which ensures better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fairer terms of trade for farmers and workers, in their curriculum.

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