What is the Eastland Network Science and Technology Fair?
The Eastland Network Science and Technology Fair is a regional contest that’s local to Te Tairāwhiti. Originally named the Gisborne Science Fair, it first appeared on the school calendar over 40 years ago. Now the Eastland Network Science and Technology Fair, this event has grown to have one of the highest levels of participation per capita in New Zealand. Hundreds of students, and over 15 schools and educational institutions get involved with the Science and Technology Fair each year. Details for 2020 coming soon!
Why do we have a Science and Technology Fair?
We believe that a curiosity for the world around us, and being able to solve problems and harness the potential of technology, is a vital part of the future of our children and of Te Tairāwhiti. The Eastland Network Science and Technology Fair aims to cultivate our future champions of science and technology by providing a platform where students can explore, create, discover and share.
We celebrate the achievements of the students and schools who take part with prizes and awards for excellence.
How can I get involved in the Eastland Network Science and Technology Fair?
Are you ready to get into the Eastland Network Science and Technology Fair?
This is a regional competition so to take part you must first be nominated by your school. That might involve winning a school science fair, or another form of selection at school level.
For more details on how your school is getting involved - just ask your teacher!
You can find out more about exhibiting in the Science and Technology Fair here.
If you’d like to involve your school in the Science and Technology Fair 2020, we’d love to help. Take a look at this information for Teachers then get in contact.
Would you like to sponsor the Science and Technology Fair? Contact us today to explore the opportunities.