Primary & Secondary School Science Workshops & Shows

School Science Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Science workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Forensic Science CSI Incursion

Our Forensic Science CSI workshop engages primary school children with scientific techniques that demonstrate how science works in the real world. The context of a scientific investigation brings science to life and stimulates interest at a young age. Schools can... > View Profile

The Bad Science Show

The Bad Science Show is a fun and entertaining science incursion for secondary students that explores psuedoscience and critical thinking.   ?Packed full of magic, science and comedy, The Bad Science Show is performed by award-winning science communicator Nicholas J.... > View Profile

Young Engineers Lego Challenge

The main idea of Young Engineers LEGO® Bricks Challenge is learning the subjects through stories and demonstrations. The highlight of each lesson is the building stage of a model that demonstrates the lesson’s subject using LEGO® bricks and Technic LEGO®. Each... > View Profile

Big Bang Education

Curriculum linked, fun and professional hands-on science for primary schools! Big Bang Education comes to your school and delivers fun, high energy science shows as well as in depth workshops that fit directly into the Science Understandings in the Australian... > View Profile

Silly Science

Bring out your student's inner scientist. Discover, learn and be amazed. Discover basic scientific principles through hands on experiments. Learn to hypothesize, predict and use scientific vocabulary. Activities include slime making, rockets, magnets and more. Great for... > View Profile

Robotics and LEGO incursions

A Bricks 4 Kidz® incursion uses the LEGO® bricks students love, to deliver hands-on lessons related to cross-disciplinary curriculum objectives. We provide specially designed project kits and theme-based models which provide kids with the opportunity to solve problems and... > View Profile

Galileo: The Starry Messenger

Travel back in time and discover the truth about gravity. Peer through a telescope and learn about where Earth fits in with the rest of our universe. The play follows the life and achievements of the great scientist and mathematician Galileo Galilei. It encourages children to... > View Profile

The science of singing ( how my voice works)

RECOMMENDED FOR YEARS 3-9 We use our voices to communicate everyday but have little knowledge, respect of, or tools, to understand or manipulate this most important instrument that we all possess. Each one is unique in it’s quality. Why? How do our bodies work to produce... > View Profile

Rotation Creations Discovery Dome 'Gem Hunters' Activity

This Geological interactive activity will assist in meeting Year 4 science curriculum and Achievement Standards. Children will fossick for their own semi precious gemstones in our unique air conditioned Discovery Dome, as well as interactive class room based activities with our... > View Profile

Domabotics - Robotics Workshops

Robotics workshops are an ideal way to captivate young minds and stimulate critical thinking. Robot building and programming teaches a wide range of skills such as problem solving, as well as encouraging team work and cooperation. Students learn a simple programming language and... > View Profile

Bird Talks & Walks in Schools

Bird Talks & Walks in Schools in Schools encourages people to look and listen to your local birds and wildlife. It is so easy to learn about birds. Knowing about them gives people an extraordinary sense of achievement! People also find it very relaxing and uplifting to know... > View Profile

Physical Science Incursions

Taskworks Physical Science Incursions are 100% hands-on fun! All children are engaged all the time during our 2 hour workshop. Our focus is on the Physical Sciences specifically push/pull, forces, inventions, toys and design and technology. We have custom built equipment... > View Profile

Bring the power of programming to you

Children are required to code, interact, communicate and cooperate. They will learn curiosity, confidence, commitment, enthusiasm, persistence and reflexivity.  Children will use their imaginations, problem-solving skills, computational, and logical thinking skills to complete a... > View Profile

Full STEAM Ahead

Step up your STEAM with our fun-filled incursion. Students consider the scientific process by investigating physical forces that we encounter every day. They explore a range of energy types including electricity, magnetism, gravity, elastic, solar, friction, pushes, pulls and... > View Profile

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