A school photo competition that aims to encourage girls to develop an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM) careers has announced its latest winners, awarding a record of 14 prizes to girls and their schools.
Seven primary schools across Australia have won their share of cash and prizes as part of a nationwide competition that encouraged students to get crafty, while focussing on this year’s environmental theme.
The search has begun for Australia’s next generation of inventors, with students in Years 3-8 invited to enter their innovative ideas for the chance to win a trip to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in the USA.
Grade 2 students from St Peter’s Primary School in Bentleigh East, Victoria, have visited LEGOLAND Discovery Centre for the unveiling of a LEGO replica of their school, which was won as part of a recent competition.
Australian students are invited to put their spelling skills to the test, as schools around the nation prepare to take part in Word Mania, a free online spelling competition with a prize-pool of over $350,000.
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is calling on Victorian students to express their architectural and artistic flair for the chance to have their school constructed in LEGO.