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NIWA Auckland City Science and Technology Fair 2014

Fickling Centre, 546 Mt Albert Rd, Three Kings
August 28th - 30th
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Science Fair 2013 Results Available

It’s 2014 and We’re Back!

11/03/2014 - Each new post here (and probably some other ones) will also be on our Facebook page. Schools should make sure they are registered by clicking the link found on the teacher info page. We are also looking to support some independent students so if your school isn’t involved don’t give up! And finally, committee members - the meeting dates are posted in the timeline.

23/02/2014 - Put your thinking caps on the 2014 Science and Technology Fair is back. Download the Information books and have a read through the website. Check back regularly as news and updates come to hand. We’re not Google, but maybe their video can give you an idea about what we are about and where your project can lead.

Timeline for 2014

Term one: Choose your project now and start collecting data! Let your teacher know what you are planning.

Term two: Complete your project

Term three: Complete presentation boards and compete in your school’s fair. This will be week 3 for most schools.

Monday 18th August - Close of entries from schools!

Thursday 28th August - Project installation at Fickling Centre 5pm - 7pm

Friday 29th August - Judging 8:30am-1pm, Viewing 5pm - 8pm

Saturday 30th August - Viewing 10am - 5pm, Packup between 4pm and 6pm.

Monday 8th September - Prizegiving

Committee Meetings: Thursdays, 4:15pm
27 March
8 May
5 June
3 July
31 July
21 August
18 September

Directions to the Fickling Centre

“The NIWA Auckland Science and Technology Fair, which is an annual event, celebrates the excellence in scientific and technological investigation carried out by Auckland City Year 7 to Year 13 students.”

From the very big, to the very small.
What will your project be finding out about?