On behalf of the team at Future Problem Solving Australia, I congratulate the students from; The Illawarra Grammar School, Loreto Normanhurst, Melbourne Grammar School - Grimwade House, Westbourne Grammar School, Kambala, Pacific Lutheran College, St Leonard's College, Illawarra Christian School, Knox Grammar School, Loreto Kirribilli, Indooroopilly State School, Lake Joondalup Baptist College, Ravenswood School for Girls, Born to Soar, St Andrew's Anglican College, & Melville Senior High who represented Australia at the 2020 Virtual International Conference. The conference was attended by approx. 1800 students from 14 countries.
To our all participants and winners! You ALL made Australia proud!
The Aussie results in this Global Competition are
Junior Division 2nd Place: Braeden van de Beek, Born to Soar VIC, Coach Carolyn Giles
Senior Division 5th Place: Zachary Alpers, Melville Senior High School WA, Coach Tammara Yeo
Global Issues Problem Solving
Senior Division 4th Place; Emily Su, Kambala NSW Coach Anna Messariti
Junior Division 9th Place; Illawarra Christian School, Melody Brown, Benjamin, Gregory, Madison Healey, Cody Sullivan, Coach Simone Brown
Senior Division 10th Place; Loreto Normanhurst, Charlotte Cluff, Ella Donlevy, Emily Stockwell, Georgia Cluff, Coach Robyn Roffey
Junior Division 2nd Place; Sophie Luo, Ravenswood School for Girls NSW, Coach Sharon Shapiro
Community Problem Solving
Junior Division Grand Champion, Kai Ayai-Yap, Nikita Kumar, Sebastian Loupas, Marley Nathan, Westbourne Grammar School VIC, Coach Paul Barklamb
Senior Division Education 3rd Place; Tamika Mansell, Aaron Avenido, The Illawarra Grammar School NSW Coach Jean Burton
Presentation of Action Results
Junior Division 1st Place; Illawarra Christian School NSW
Middle Division 3rd Place; Loreto Kirribilli NSW
Middle Division 5th Place; Kambala NSW
Senior Division 2nd Place; Kambala NSW
Senior Division 4th Place; Loreto Normanhurst NSW
Senior Division 5th Place; Knox Grammar School NSW
Check out our Facebook Page to view the Senior Division Presentation of Action Plans
FPS acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.