Every year, students and lecturers from Republic Polytechnic’s DMAC (Diploma in Marine Science & Aquaculture) will come together to organise Little Planet, Big Ocean – a specially curated event where secondary school students learn about marine life and conservation.
This year, the event was held at S.E.A. Aquarium on 25 October 2017 and saw eight schools and about 80 students taking part. At 9.30am, the event kicked off with a 1.5 hour treasure hunt where the students had to complete five pit stops within the aquarium.
After lunch, industry experts shared the latest findings with the students through a series of thought-provoking presentations.
Finally, the moment everyone had been waiting for: winners of the treasure hunt.
And here’s everyone who made it a fun and fulfilling day.