Species Survival Workshops

Students will take part in a workshop related to the schools theme of Species Survival – More than just sustainability! Each Stage will explore a different topic from Photosynthesis, Clean Water, Ecosystems and Native Australia. A team led by the school’s Curriculum and Enrichment Coordinator and specialist teacher with a background in science will deliver…

STEM Jumpstart Program Day: Women in Agriculture and Environment.

To celebrate National Science Week, Perth NRM is hosting the STEM Jumpstart Program Day: Women in Agriculture and Environment. This professional development day, delivered by Value Creators, is designed to raise the capacity of early to mid-career women in agricultural, sustainability and environmental industries and/or women who are looking for future STEM roles. The STEM Jumpstart Program Day will…

Beyond Sustainability – The essence of survival

Our “Survival in a Changing Landscape: Embracing sustainability and beyond” investigations will involve students from Pre-school to Year 2. The day will include a rotation of engaging, hands-on science experiments at stations set up in each classroom, and activities and demonstrations from all areas of the science curriculum. By exploring survival from this enriched perspective,…

Little Green Thumbs

We would like to teach children how you can grow your own fruit/vegetables and how this type of healthy food helps to maintain healthy bodies. It is important to also highlight the plant cycle – how plants need food too to grow (good soil, sunlight and water). We would like to create a vegie garden…

Biosecurity in the Bush – Katherine Research Station’s Science Spectacle

Bees, exotic plants pests and our booming cattle industry. Katherine high school students will discover them all at the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade’s inaugural Katherine Research Science Spectacle event. The event will build awareness of the myriad of career opportunities and pathways out there. Highlighing how thrilling a career in biosecurity in the…

Broome Festival of STEM

Join us for the highly anticipated Broome Festival of STEM. We are thrilled to invite you back to the Broome Civic Centre for National Science Week. Explore a diverse range of interactive stalls showcasing local science initiatives happening right here in Broome. Enjoy a complimentary sausage sizzle, lively music, and engage in hands-on activities for…

Science in the Scrub

Celebrate National Science Week with free family fun at Western Sydney Parklands. Science in the Scrub returns to Lizard Log packed with science, fun and discovery. Engage in hands-on experiments. Get up close with native animals. Meet real life scientists including geologists, zoologists, physicists and marine biologists. Say hello to our life-size dinosaur. Touch the…

Wild About Food

Did you know eating fresh food can help you feel good?   Explore fresh food with all your senses at a fun and relaxed family day on the farm. Create vegetable art, discover weird and wonky vegetables, learn about Australian native foods, and pot up a plant to take home and nurture. Meet a scientist…

Dripstone Middle School Science Fair

Dripstone Middle School Science Fair aims to showcase the innovative and progressive ideas of our students. We are organizing a science fair that will involve the entire school community. Including council members, ministers, and primary schools. Our STEAM inquiry project will present a stimulating challenge for students in years 7, 8, and 9. The project…

Sustainable Futures: Integrating Tradition & Modern Science in the Torres Strait

A community event spotlighting sustainable agriculture, blending traditional Torres Strait Islander practices with contemporary scientific knowledge. Activities Planned: • Educational Tours: Led by our boarders, showcasing our established vegetable gardens and fruit trees. • Workshops: Interactive sessions on sustainable farming, melding traditional methods with scientific approaches. • Information Displays: Presenting data on environmental benefits and…