| A highlight for many learners was the opportunity to exhibit their own classroom projects. Models, posters and reports produced in Grades 8 to 10 were displayed, and prizes for these were awarded in each grade. Such projects have been the standard in Latin classrooms for many years, and are now also expected in other subjects within the new "Outcomes-based" educational approach. The reports and essays in some cases were of almost university standard. Models ranged from a reproduction of a Roman shield to a clay model of Odysseus, to a replica of a Roman
temple. Posters depicted Greek myths, Roman housing, or ancient forms of entertainment, including the Olympic Games. A fourth, open category drew a variety of entries, one of which was a display by the Grade 8 and 9 boys of Paarl Boys' High of labels bearing the brand names of well-known household articles all derived from Latin. The runner-up in Grade 9, Julian Hellig, also from Boys' High, rendered a well known fairy tale into Latin. The "open category" in Grade 8 featured a series of very sophisticated board games based on Greek myths, devised by learners from Rustenburg Girls' High. The prize for the best artistic effort overall went to Camilla Christie from Rustenburg Girls' High.