Kolbe Catholic College celebrated Science Week from Monday 21st August to Friday 25th August.
A range of activities were held for students to participate in ranging from daily trivia quizzes with prizes, to activities at recess and/or lunch.
It was a great opportunity for students to experience practical activities outside their usual classroom environment.
Activities included methane bubbles, kinetic sand, soft drink taste tests, invisible ink, making molecules with lollies and a physics egg break challenge.
Making lip balm was a school favourite with an impressive turn out. Our very own Mr Scully showcased an exciting display of the science of liquid nitrogen. The week concluded with a showcase from our STEM Academy students who launched model rockets on the oval.
Thank you to the students and staff for their participation and support. We loved to see the passion and enthusiasm and look forward to 2024.
Demi Mitrotasios and Jess Pendlebury
Learning Leaders (Science)
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We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, the Traditional Owners who have walked upon and cared for this land for thousands of years.