Encourage your students’ natural curiosity about the world with Hands On Science’s fun and educational science and technology incursions. We use a developmental, hands-on approach to teaching key science concepts, allowing primary school students throughout Melbourne and Victoria to develop their enquiry skills through engaging investigations and experiments.
- Our presenters are all VIT certified teachers with a passion for science.
- Our sessions align with the outcomes from the Victorian Curriculum and blend with the IB Primary Years Program (PYP).
- Our in-depth 90 minute sessions enhance student capabilities including critical and creative thinking plus personal and social skills.
- All lessons include experiments using simple equipment that students can easily replicate at home.
The 2020 National Science Week School Theme is ‘Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans’. We have lessons with a strong sustainability focus at each level.
The 2020 UN International Year of Plant Health – Protecting Pants – Protecting Life. We have brought back our “Clever Plants” lesson for this special year.
We offer a wide range of incursion topics, designed for students from Preschool to Level 6. Our topics have always had a “Science & Technology” focus so fit well with the current National and International push for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) in schools. The full list of topics for 2020 is available online or in our printable brochure.