The University of Newcastle invites schools to participate in the 15th annual ExperimentFest.
ExperimentFest is a unique program designed for HSC students to improve their skills and knowledge using a hands-on approach for selected difficult experiments and concepts.
Each activity provides students with an opportunity to use equipment that isn't available at many high schools and conduct experiments that directly relate to the HSC syllabus.
Organised by the Faculty of Science and Information Technology, ExperimentFest provides an enriching educational experience for senior high school students who are studying Biology, Chemistry or Physics.
Places fill fast so contact David Hopkins to secure your preferred spot at this year's ExperimentFest.
Date and venues
|Callaghan||Biology||Friday 17 June - Friday 24 June|
|Chemistry||Friday 17 June - Friday 24 June|
|Physics||Friday 17 June - Thursday 23 June|
|Ourimbah||Biology||Monday 27 June - Thursday 30 June|
|Chemistry||Monday 27 June - Thursday 30 June|
|Physics||Monday 27 June (PM) - Thursday 30 June|
|Tuncurry||Physics||Saturday 25 June|
AM Session: 9am - 12pm
PM Session: 12.45pm - 3.45pm
$25 per student per session
Each student will receive a wristband on arrival for the sessions they have paid for. A student roll and supervising teacher will be required from each school attending as a condition of entry.
Please ensure you print off a handbook for each student attending ExperimentFest 2016. These will be utilised in the sessions as a resource for both students and teachers.
HSC Coach is a digital resource, produced by the University of Newcastle through the AIM HIGH program, which aims to provide HSC students with digital access to tips and strategies to maximise their HSC exam results.