Designed to meet the demand expressed by science teachers in response to changes to the NSW HSC Science syllabus, these workshops cover experiments that require equipment or expertise in areas that many schools may not be able to provide.
Duration: All workshops run for 2.5 hours
Class size: Minimum class size of 15 students for Biology and Chemistry. Physics has a minimum of 4 students. If your class size is smaller than this, please contact us.
Cost: $29.70/student (inc GST)
Kickstart on the Road brings our workshops to towns in regional Australia such as Armidale, Dubbo and Coffs Harbour.
In early 2019, Kickstart on the Road visited Dubbo and Coffs Harbour. Regional tours in 2020 will be announced here and via our Science Alliance mailing list.
For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Our physics workshops cover many points of the HSC syllabus overseen by your own dynamic tutor, all in a real physics lab in the historic Physics Building at the University of Sydney.
Kickstart will also be offering day long Depth Study workshops for you to bring your students to in order to cover some skills, content, experiments and knowledge.
The flexibility of our “Combination of Modules” choice lets you mix-and-match up to 5 of our experiments to make your Kickstart workshop as engaging and relevant as possible.
In our chemistry workshops students will undertake many hands-on experiments using analytical instruments and chemicals not readily available to high schools.
Enhance the HSC biology syllabus with a workshop that is totally hands-on and features real specimens that the students can see and touch - living plants and animals, preserved museum specimens and fresh tissue for dissection.
No, all workshop materials will be provided. Please have your students bring a pen and a calculator.
Most school groups come on the train - it's a 30 minute walk from Redfern Station, and 5-10 minutes walk from City Rd. Also many buses pass the University along Parramatta Rd or City Rd. From the Parramatta Rd bus stop it is a 5 minute walk. See the Public Transport section of the University website for more information.