The school theme for National Science Week in 2023 will be Innovation: Powering Future Industries. The theme will incorporate the advancement in technology in all industries, especially using artificial intelligence (AI). Plans are underway for Diane's show on this topic.
These hands-on workshops can be tailored to suit your specific curriculum needs and the year level(s) of your students. Click LEARN MORE to see the workshops on offer. SCHOOLS - Scroll down to see info on Science Week shows.Learn More
The national Science Week 2022 show theme was Glass: More than Meets the Eye.
The National Science Week 2021 theme was 'Food: Different by Design. It honoured the United Nations International Year of Fruits and Vegetables and the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development.
The National Science Week 2020 theme was 'Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans' and features the establishment of the Blue Economy CRC.
An exciting National Science Week incursion/presentation (on the 2019 theme of Destination Moon) featuring audio-visual presentations, interactive demonstrations and dressed-up characters including Miss Moon, Polly Rocket, Galaxy Girl and NASA astronaut Roger Houston. This program was offered throughout the months of July, August & September to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing (20 July) and Science Week (10-18 August). This show is still available to schools in Term 4, 2019 and beyond - if you are interested, please email or send a message using the Contact tab.Learn More