The 2021 Science and Technology Fair AGM will be held in the Library at Whangarei Boys High School on the 18th March, 4pm. This is your chance to meet the committee and influence how the 2021 Fair is to be run this year!
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Congratulations to all the 2020 winners! Download our online booklet for all 2020 entries and winners... View 2020 results... Best of Fair Overall Winner - Jasper Miller-Waugh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfOflLUl3mQ Best Technology - Xeryus Wilson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtDJ7yBOTXM Best Investigation - Riana Lane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB512hWmw4I Sponsor's
Award winners will be announced here on Wednesday 23rd September 2020. See you here!!
This Online Fair 2020, 25 judges viewed student entries in their own time. The sub committee of judges will get together and make decisions next week, on which entries will be awarded prizes. Sit tight students, the next stage will be posted next Friday 18th September.
There is no doubt that this has been a challenging year for us all. We have had an amazing amount of exhibits and so well done for adapting and continuing to strive to become our future Northland scientists. Please watch this space for updates about prize giving. We will keep your school informed about when and how this will run, hopefully around mid-September. Thank you and thanks to our
The Central Northland Science and Technology Fair Committee is still closely monitoring the current situation with respect to COVID-19. The 2020 Central Northland Science and Technology Fair will go ahead in August 2020, but not as you know it! We have decided to run the Science Fair by posting entries online. Details are still to be finalised and we are currently unsure of the details for
The Central Northland Science and Technology Fair Committee is closely monitoring the current situation with respect to COVID-19. We are discussing the future of the 2020 Fair and if it would be appropriate to run a modified or even a virtual fair this year. We hope to make a decision after the School Easter Holiday period once the Government has assessed the risk of community spread and
Proud of our young budding Northland scientists having their projects displayed at MOTAT! Ka pai! We're celebrating the winners from this year's School Science Fairs from around New Zealand. The Museum will be displaying 25 science projects produced by students aged 11-18 years, from Auckland, Central Northland, Waikato, and Bay of Plenty. The Science Fair Showcase is an exciting
The 2019 Science and Technology Fair was held over four days on 26th - 29th August 2019. There were 182 exhibits presented by 228 students from 16 schools. Judging took place on the Monday and the Awards Ceremony took place on the Tuesday evening at Whangarei's Forum North venue. The exhibition remained open to the public on Wednesday and Thursday. See our Latest Winners page for details of