Nurturing Scientific Curiosity
Select from our range of school incursions and make a booking!
We have an amazing range of incursion programs to choose from covering chemical, physical, biological and earth sciences, along with human endeavour and design & technologies.
We will package up your box with DIY science goodies
Over more than 25 years Hands On Science has developed a range of scientific activities designed to excite young minds and teach core scientific principles. We provide all necessary materials in our curated boxes, to make our incursions easy and stress free.
Our qualified teachers come to you!
Engaging and creative presenters
Unleash the fun!
At Hands On Science we pride ourselves on our ability to create fun while guiding students through core principles such as light, heat, weather, astronomy and gravity. Our 90-minute incursion programs are a great way to get kids interested in the strange world of science.
The Hands On Science Difference
Passionate science educators.
All our presenters are passionate science educators who are committed to quality education and fostering greater interest in science in primary schools.
Over 25 years experience.
For over 25 years Hands On Science has been finding ways to make science education more fun for students and easier for teachers.
Our lessons align with the outcomes of the Victorian Curriculum and and blend with IB Primary Years Program [PYP].
Support for teachers.
It’s not just for the kids! As part of our service, we provide training and support to teachers in schools to allow you to complete activities independently and be creative in your ongoing science and technology programs.
Book one of our engaging school incursions today!
Explore our fantastic range of school incursions run
by our passionate science educators.
Up to 30 students
A minimum booking of 2 x 90-minute workshops is required
Outer regions incur time and travel costs
“Thought the sessions were great and it was pitched at a very suitable level. A fantastic job.”
Berwick Primary School
“The workshop game me a better understanding of what needs to be taught. I feel more confident in teaching science.”
St. Fidelis (Professional Development)