ACHIEVERS: Raymond Terrace Public School students Summah Woodward, 9, Huxley Rowe, 9, Dain Dadakos, 10, and Jackson Saville, 10.RAYMOND Terrace Public School has won the Gifted and Talented Students’ paddle-pop stick bridge building competition at Irrawang High School on September 3.
The winning team – consisting of Summah Woodward, 9, Huxley Rowe, 9, Dain Dadakos, 10, and Jackson Saville, 10 – created an unbreakable bridge made entirely from paddle-pop sticks.
The task was to use 100 paddle-pop sticks and PVA glue (nothing else) to create the bridges. They had to be a minimum of 10 centimetres wide and span 50cm across.
A garbage bin was filled with weights and water, weighing more than 70 kilograms, and still Raymond Terrace Public School’s bridge was unbroken.
The school’s teachers said that they had never seen any senior students create a bridge which could not be broken, making it a great achievement for year 4 primary children.
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