Thank you to all Victorian schools who applied for National Science Week school grant funding this year. It was wonderful to see so many Victorian schools actively seeking support to engage their students in fun and educational STEM projects.
Congratulations to the following Victorian schools who have been successful in gaining funding for National Science Week 2018 activities.
Alice Miller School
Monitoring bush animals.
Allansford and District Primary School
Cluster STEM action day.
Australian International Academy, Caroline Springs Campus
Bacchus Marsh Primary School
Food for Thought Café – reuse and recycle.
Bittern Primary School
Cape Clear Primary School
Building a small aquaponics system.
Carnegie Primary School
Talking to a NASA astronaut.
Chelsea Primary School
Working with a Korean primary school using the program ‘Zoom’.
Chewton Primary School
Working with an aboriginal leader and weed forager.
Cobains Primary School
Rural schools combined day.
Colbinabbin Primary School
Rural schools combined day.
Collingwood Alternative School
Developing a food garden.
Edgars Creek Primary School
Developing students’ own video games using tactile and ICT tools.
Elmhurst Primary School
Science around us, science above us.
Looking for the heat thief.
Using digital technologies to understand real life situations.
Fairfield Primary School
Applying science to the global community.
Horsham Secondary College
J.S. Grey Kindergarten
Macedon Primary School
Studying the environment using drones.
Maiden Gully Primary School
Design and construction.
Mentone Girls Grammar School
Female scientists meeting year 11 and 12 female students.
Mill Park Secondary College
Mitta Mitta Primary School
Developing a meteorological station.
Moolap Primary School
Bringing light to impoverished communities.
Mount Alexander College
MAC science showcase.
Mount Evelyn Primary School
Changing the behaviour of drivers.
Napoleons Primary School
Northern Bay P-12 College
Biotechnology a life saving science.
Northside Christian School
Sustainability around the environment.
Notre Dame College, Shepparton
The fascinating world of insects.
Panton Hill Primary School
The creation of an experimental play area.
Parkmore Primary School
Developing a small community garden.
Patterson Lakes Primary School
Creating a STEAM experience.
Phoenix P-12 Community College
STEM reading and design challenge.
Port Melbourne Primary School
Creating a sustainable future.
Portland Bay School
Constructing an aquaponics garden.
Preston South Primary School
Looking at the environment using digital microscopes.
Rochester Secondary College
The world of physics involving the local primary schools.
St Bernard’s Primary School, Coburg East
Setting up a sustainable garden.
St John’s Regional School
Using VR to gain insight into STEM related subjects.
St. Michaels Parish School, Ashburton
How science can help people living with disabilities.
Stawell 502 Primary School
Making insect hotels.
Tawonga Primary School
Making pancakes using pedal power.
Tempy Primary School
Exploring space beyond the moon.
The King David School – Pre-school
Pre-schoolers doing science with their grandparents.
Warrnambool East Primary School
Family science night involving an aerial repopulation strategy, entomology and looking at jobs for the future.
Wellington Secondary College
Creating an enhanced species.
For a full list of National Science Week School Grant recipients from across Australia please visit https://www.scienceweek.net.au/2018-school-grant-recipients/