Literacy, Numeracy and Science Week began on Monday, with the Shell Questacon Science Circus. Students from Transition to Year 6 were awed by scientists who demonstrated a lively and energetic show using everyday materials and props.
The show covered a wide range of topics including bubbles, balance, collisions, chemistry and lots more.
Our ‘3/4 Working Scientifically’ science group were excited to meet the scientists personally, ask questions and take photos.
Durack students who watched the Questacon Circus, received a free ticket to attend theShell Questacon Science Circushands-on exhibition this weekend. This exhibition is a portable science centre with over 50 interactive exhibits to be enjoyed as a family. This year it will be held at the Darwin Showgrounds, September 3-4.
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