Article by Brodie Stone, Northern Advocate The talent and dedication of Northland students has been on display this week at Forum North, and the quality of the 256 exhibits left judges struggling to pick clear winners. The Central Northland Science Fair has been running for 45 years, and across Te Tai Tokerau, approximately 3000 students worked on science fair projects this year. Around
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Tena koutou katoa, I hope you have all survived the crazy start to the year and not too badly affected by all the wild weather systems passing over Te Tai Tokerau. The CNST Fair 2023 preparation has started. The committee is meeting on 9th March 2023 to discuss the plans for our 2023 fair. Please put the following dates in your 2023 calendar. CNST Fair AGM Date: Wednesday
As the 2022 Science Fair comes to an end we are proud to announce that we have hosted 191 Exhibits from 233 Students and 17 Schools. The standard of the exhibits was very high and included some amazing projects. Congratulations to our Best of Fair overall winners Hugh Manson and Brock Reid from WBHS. View all 2022 results...
Kia ora, It is intended that the 2022 Central Northand Science Fair will take place live at Forum North starting on 29th August 2022. Application forms have been sent out to school contacts, so if schools have have not received one they should let the Fair coordinator know at email@example.com to register. Details of the Fair may be found on our website. We hope to see you there.
The Science Fair AGM will be held on 16th March at 4pm in the May Bain Room, Whangarei Central Library, Rust Avenue. All Science & Technology Teachers should plan to attend. This is your opportunity to influence the Science Fair Committee!
The Central Northland Science Fair Committee have decided that the 2022 Science Fair will see the reintroduction of the Research Category for all year groups (7-13). The Research category will be renamed Information Research and details of the Judging Criteria will be updated on the Website as they become available.
Dr Gary Payinda was going to be the speaker at The Central Northland Science Fair 2021. As the fair ended, being held online, you can read his speech welcoming student scientists below... Kia ora, future scientists. Ko Gary ahau. I’m your speaker for the night, and I want to thank you for the next 8 minutes of your time. I also want to thank the organisers of the Central Northland
Congratulations to all our 2021 winners! For the full list of winners and results, check the 2021 table on our results page... Read Dr Gary Payinda's speech... Sponsor’s Videos Please watch the videos from our sponsors below to find out who our 2021 Science Fair winners are. Welcome by Chairperson, Allister Gilbert Major Awards Major Awards sponsored by Golden Bay
Thank you for your patience. Our Judges have now completed the last few categories and we are ready to deliver the winners certificates and awards to the schools concerned. We will be delivering by hand and hope to have the certificates and awards to the schools by the end of Friday 5th November. Well done to all the Students who participated in the 2021 Central Northland Science and Technology
As you are aware, COVID-19 continues to place obstacles in the path of this year's Science Fair and the Fair was transferred to an online event. The results should be out soon. Unfortunately, some of our Judges are struggling to complete their allocation on time and we are still awaiting the final few results. The good news is that the Student Goody Bags are packed and (I hope) will have been