Glengarry PS students win best innovation at WA Primary Entrepreneur Program Expo


Mia Ciccarone and Isabelle Andreas (Year 6) with their project.

Sam Cunningham (Year 6) with teacher Guy Stapleton former WA chief scientist Lyn Beazley.
Mia Ciccarone and Isabelle Andreas (Year 6) with their project. Sam Cunningham (Year 6) with teacher Guy Stapleton former WA chief scientist Lyn Beazley.

GLENGARRY Primary School is home to budding entrepreneurs.

Three students from the Duncraig school won best innovation at the WA Primary Entrepreneur Program Expo held at Trinity College in Perth.

Students Sam Cunningham and Aiden Reibel (Year 6) and Maxim Kuzmin (Year 5) were recognised for their Carbon Collector project while Year 6 students Isabelle Andreas, Mia Ciccarone and Anabelle Abraham won second place for their Spray Away idea.

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