Kellett School broadened minds with Christmas lectures

Kellett School broadened minds with Christmas lectures

We hosted our own version of the British Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures at our Kowloon Bay campus, turning the theatre into a fully functioning science lab.

Students from Years 5-13, as well as parents and staff, saw science demonstrations by our teachers, tasted liquid nitrogen ice cream, and listened to a talk by guest speaker, Professor Leung Pak-wo from the University of Science and Technology. He showed how movies correctly - and incorrectly - applied Newton's laws with regard to falling objects, time travel, and teleportation.

This article appeared in the Young Post print edition as
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