The last week of August was very eventful for the students at Kempsey Adventist School (KAS), as they embarked on Project Based Learning projects at a “Festival of Cre8ivity”.
Project Based Learning is an opportunity for students to embrace their creative potential by working on a project of their choice. During the festival, together with the help of experts and professionals, students planned, designed and produced works of art, a mini golf course, environmentally friendly shopping bags and more.
One of projects was KAS TIMES NEWS, a group of budding journalists who worked to report on the festival. Thanks to Callum McGregor of The Argus and Maritza Brunt and Jarrod Stackelroth of Adventist Record, the students were able to take their advice and create news articles and a final broadcast that can be viewed via the school Facebook page.
“It has been an amazing and fun week of learning and growing,” said the students. “[We] have thoroughly enjoyed these projects.”
This news article was written by KAS TIMES NEWS students from Kempsey Adventist School as part of their Festival of Cre8ivity.