Setting up (virtual fair ignore info below)
Stadium 2000 will be open from 8:00am to allow students to set up their exhibits.
Use the maps of the fair layout, your age group, category and school to find where you should set up your exhibit
for display. At your exhibit site you should find your cetrtificate, judges and exhibitors form. Attach the exhibitors form
to your exhibit and give the judges form
to the judge. Later you will be asked to take your exhibit to the judging area.
Those giving Oral Presentations
will take place in a side room and you can collect your judges form etc from the front desk.
The Science & Technology Fair Committee will provide security but can take no responsibility for entries while they are on exhibition. Valuable items should be secured, or, if necessary, removed after judging.
- Yr 9-13 exhibitors will be judged from 8:30am until 11:00am
- Yr 7 & 8 exhibitors will be judged from 11am to 1:30pm
- Yr 3-6 exhibitors will be judged from 11:30am to 1:30pm
You are expected to be present during judging when you will be asked for your judging form and to explain your exhibit. Make sure you have your log book. Judges helpers will come and get you and your exhibit and take them to the judging area where you resetup your exhibit
As soon as your exhibit has been judged you are asked to make your way back to school.
By the time the Fair is opened for public viewing at 4:00pm, most prizes will be shown on participation certificates, however the major prize giving ceremony is on Wednesday evening.
The Science & Technology Fair will be open to the public and school groups from: 4:00pm to 7:00pm on the first day of the fair and 9:00am to 7:00pm on the second day.
It is suggested that no more than two class groups from one school view at one time.
A gold coin donation will be appreciated.
This will be held at 7:00pm on the second day at the Fair venue. It is suggested that all students attend from 6.00pm on to show and explain their entries to other students, parents and the public.