Big Science Day
Welcome to Big Science Day at Seisen International School
The Big Science Day is an annual event where students from Grades 8, 10 and 11 proudly display their unique science projects to fellow students and professional judges, showing their wonder and appreciation for the world around us through their imaginative scientific processes in which they produce their final product. Those with the most outstanding projects will be presented with an award in which they can choose what educational material they want to use their award for. Come and vote for your favorite science fair projects from our students!
Also, don't forget to check out our video from last year's event below and browse the tabs on the left to visit galleries from previous events and the winners in the past.
Our event flyer will soon be online. Stay tuned!
Friday, March 10th 2017 @ 15:00
Seisen International School
12-15 Yoga 1-chome, Setagaya-ku
Help us make our dream into a reality:. Donate money toward Seisen's more scientifically advanced future.
Our three international school science teams - Firebird Mei, Firebird Umi and Firebird Sora - have now reached the semifinals of Conrad Innovation Challenge! Click here to find out more.
Our Middle School students in Grades 7 and 8 take a combined science approach to their learning. The Big Science Day project is an opportunity for them to explore a unique project in a field of their choice; individually or with a partner .
Grade 10 students are finishing off the second year of their IGCSE Coordinated Science Course and also participate in Big Science Day with a culminating project of their choice. The project is an excellent opportunity for students to practice their scientific thinking skills and further prepare them for the IB Diploma.
Students in Grade 11 participate in Big Science Day through their IB Group 4 Science Project, a collaborative project that provides students an opportunity to embark on an investigation across the different IB Science disciplines (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Environmental Systems and Societies).
Is it possible? Using peltier tiles to harness electricity from humans- Amana and Lauren
Which is the most sufficient way to manually wash clothes? - Hanifah and Sena
Auto-watering plantst - Emily
Success from happiness - Yoonbin & Chae Yoo
Mikan or Mikan’t - Sarah and Mimiko
Viewers Choice: Do or Dye - Momoka and Sophia
How does Color Affect our Ability to Remember Information? - Mai and Amelie
The amount of sugar in urine that diet and non-diet drinks produce and their effect on the human body - Ana Clara and Aashi
How listening to songs with earphones affects the ability to hear other surrounding noises - Youkie and Eunseo
What action after toothbrushing is most effective for removing halitosis? - HyeJune & Dong Eun
What materials block a wifi signal? - Serina and Nonju
Creating a Sustainable future making Bio Fuels - Solana and Sahan
Da Flight of Da Vinci: G(lie)der - Shion, Momoe, Malwina, Jahnvi
Love Potion - Julia, Alina, Julie, Sandhya
Ye Olde Apothecary: Synthesis of Aspiring in the Middle Ages - Katie, Lauren, Eri, Francesca
Ayurveda - Asna, Yu-ing, Spurti
Behold It's Gold - Nidhi, Mabel, Masae, Fiddausi
Louise Stark (2016 Graduation speaker)