STUDENTS of St Hilary’s Primary School will be learning all about drones.
Between 30 and 40 Primary 1-3 students will take part in the extra-curricular activity next month. The cost of about HK$200,000 to HK$300,000 will be shared by the school and parents.
The students will fix wings and tighten screws and propellers on a drone made of balsa wood. Instructors and professionals will do the harder jobs such as installing engines, cutting and hammering. But the students can watch them.
The activity will help students widen their aviation knowledge on topics such as aerodynamics.
Principal Daniel Chan Chi-chiu (陳志超) said students who want to take part have to achieve high science and maths
(This article is published on Goodies on 18 January 2017)