Tasmanian Science Talent Search 2018 “Game Changers who are Change Makers”


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Section: (Please circle): Posters Photographic Essay Creative Writing Digital Interactive

Technology Engineering Research Investigations



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Cost of entry. - $5.00 per entry. STAT members receive a 60% discount per entry providing they have 10 or more entries and the invoice is paid within two weeks of issue. Late payments by members will be reinvoiced for the full entry fee. Late payments for non-members will incur a 20% surcharge. STAT reserves the right to not award prizes to winning students who have not paid their entry fee. STAT Membership for 2017 is due on March 31st & 2017 members will be invoiced for 2018

Not sure of your membership number? Contact Marj Colvill on marjcol@bigpond.net.au

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Congratulations to the Teachers and Schools who demonstrated outstanding success in the 2017 Tasmanian Science Talent Search.
Each year Tasmania nominates a teacher to represent STAT at the BHP Billiton Foundation Science and Engineering Awards. The representative at the 2018 awards will be Belinda Brannam from Rose Bay High School. Belinda is well known in science and technology education circles in Tasmania and has been a driving force behind the establishment of an Engineering Program at Rose Bay High.

STAT also recognises teachers who have made a long-standing contribution to science education through the Tasmanian Science Talent Search. Lindy Devereux from Rosetta Primary School is the 2017 recipient of this award. Belinda and Lindy were presented with their awards by Sarah Hayton of CSIRO/BHP Billiton Foundation at the 2017 Science Talent Search Presentation Day.




In the Department of Education Awarded four prizes to schools for the greatest participation in the Tasmanian Science Talent Search

The successful schools were Forth Primary School for Years K to 2; Perth Primary for Years 3 to 6; Burnie High for years 7 to 10 and Hellyer College for years 11 & 12.

The awards were presented by Rosemary Anderson, representing the Department of Education and were accepted by Student from Forth Primary, Karen Dick from Perth Primary, Kim Anderson from Burnie High and Perviz Marker from Hellyer College.








Exeter Primary was the winner of the 2017 Ian Pattie Technology Award for a school with great commitment to the Technology Challenge. David Duncan accepted the award on behalf of the school and his colleagues.

Dr Susan Turland presented the UTAS award for the most committed primary school involvement in the Tasmanian Science Talent Search

Perviz Marker of Hellyer College and Daniel French of Forth Primary School were awarded the Cement Australia Prize for dedicated commitment to the Tasmanian Science Talent Search in 2017 and Flinders Island District High School received the award for a Secondary School new to the Tasmanian Science Talent Search demonstrating exceptional commitment from students in years 7 to 10.



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