Class 15-20 exhibits received by:
Exhibits drop off to
Entries and covid – if students are unable to attend due to covid but their exhibit is already at school, teachers can bring it and it will still be judged for prizes.
Exhibits pick up: TBC
NZIFST have a range of resources on their website that contain ideas for experiments (http://www.nzifst.org.nz/careers/default.asp)
If you have any questions contact: [email protected]
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Biology Olympiad https://www.nzibo.org/
NZIBO fosters interest, participation, and excellence in biology through participation of secondary school students in the New Zealand Biology Olympiad Programme. The programme provides University level education in Biology to those students selected to participate in the online tutorial programme.
NZIBO ensures that the students who participate have the necessary knowledge to compete successfully at the International Biology Olympiad (IBO) should they be selected to represent New Zealand at this prestigious international competition.
EPro8 comptition – https://epro8challenge.co.nz/
The EPro8 Challenge is organised by a small team passionate about science and engineering.
EPro8 Dates for 2023:
Heat Year 11-13
Heat Year 9-10
Heat Year 9-10
Heat Year 9-10
Grand Final Year 11-13
Grand Final Year 9-10
Have you looked at The Prime Ministers Science Prizes – Future Scientist:
This prize is worth $50,000. The Prize will be awarded to either a Year 12 or Year 13 student who has undertaken an outstanding science, technology, mathematics or engineering project.
Thank you to EngineeringNZ for sharing this opportunity:
Encouraging women into professional engineering or food technology degrees.
If you know of women planning to enrol in a BE(Hons) or BFoodTech(Hons) degree in 2023, please tell them about the Edna Waddell Undergraduate Scholarship for Technology and Engineering. Information is on https://www.universitiesnz.ac.nz/scholarships/edna-waddell-undergraduate-scholarships-women-technology-and-engineering. The scholarships are open to school leavers, and mature women who have not previously studied technology and engineering at this level. Applications close on 1 September and applications must be submitted through the university the candidate intends to enroll at.
|Class||Year Group||Interest Area|
|1||Year 7||Living World|
|2||Year 7||Material World|
|3||Year 7||Physical World|
|4||Year 8||Living World|
|5||Year 8||Material World|
|6||Year 8||Physical World|
|7||Year 7 & 8||Planet Earth and Beyond*|
|8||Year 9-10||Living World|
|9||Year 9-10||Material World|
|10||Year 9-10||Physical World|
|11||Year 9-10||Planet Earth and Beyond*|
|12||Year 11-13||Senior Sciences|
|13||Year 7 & 8||Junior Invention|
|14||Year 9-13||Senior Invention|
|15||Year 7 & 8||Junior Scientific Wall Chart|
|16||Year 9-13||Senior Scientific Wall Chart|
|17||Year 7 & 8||Junior Observational Drawing|
|18||Year 9-13||Senior Observational Drawing|
|19||Year 7-13||Scientific Photography|
|20||Year 7-13||Scientific Video|
*In a change from previous years, this class must now be an investigation, not research-based only.
Scientific Wall Charts, Observational Drawings and Scientific Photography must be entered individually. Students may enter all other classes either individually or in pairs.