Kilifi High School students created two science aids to help their colleagues study Physics and Mathematics and understand difficult concepts.
According to the students, the inventions will boost their comprehension of sciences as they prepare for internal and national exams.
Explaining how the invention works, the students stated that some use solar power to minimise the use of electricity which is not accessible to all learners.
They urged the government to intervene and fund the project for mass production.
"I acknowledge the school staff for the funds and support to develop this innovation. We recommend the Ministry of Education to adopt this project to be used n different institutions," Glory Menza, a lead student in the project, stated.
Their school funded the projects for about six months, during which the teachers praised the students for their creativity.
"The students who invented the physics learning aid noted that we have a gap. They approached me with the idea," Simon Momanyi, a teacher, explained.
According to Fatma Bindo, a student, one of the innovations was introduced to help the students, especially with current electricity.
Another ambitious innovation helps the students create songs to capture different concepts, especially difficult ones.
"The learners compose a song for the areas that are difficult for them, especially in Maths Biology, and Physics. The songs are entertaining and help the memorise topics," Florence Karisa, a teacher, explained.
On March 30, two students also from Kilifi County invented a water bicycle using jerrycans to reduce the emissions to oceans and the effects of climate change.
"There is a need to curb the increasing disposal of plastic in the ocean which has caused risk to marine life," one of the students stated.