SCITEC for Students

SCITEC Entrants

Please note in 2020 their will be a Virtual fair 

The following schools have registered to make entries into the fair and their students can enter through the school

Blenheim, Bohally, Canvastown, Havelock,  MGC, Picton, Richmond View, Riverlands, Sringlands, 
Tua Marina, Ward, Witherlea
If you are not from one of these schools and would like to register your interest now and enter (from sept 4th) go to the homepage and click on link(s)

Display boards are also available for $2 each by emailing

How do I start my project?

Firstly decide whether you would like to base your project on:

Technology Design

 Technological Designs are ways of trying to solve a problem or meet a need of a person.
.see the Technology design section

Scientific Investigations

Science investigations are ways of carrying out experiments to try and find the answer to a question about the world.  
see the Science Investigation section

Research / Inquiry

Research into a Science/Technology theme including; how things work, historical development, ethical issues, famous scientists, science fiction, effects on society.

See: Research / Enquiry section


Visual Arts & Creativity

A Science/Technology theme shown in any medium including: dawings, painting, sculpture, models, textiles, crafts.

See: Visual Arts & Creativity section


Oral Presentation

A five min presentation of a Science/Technology theme including; speech, lecture, poetry.

See: Oral Presentation section


Quick Questions and Answers

SCITEC Sponsors

Thank you to the SciTec sponsors who make the science fair possible.

Age Groups, Categories and Prizes

Information about the entry age groups, categories and prizes at the Marlborough Lines Science and Technology Fair.

Powering Potential Programme

Powering Potential will not only challenge Year 12 and 13 students but will also enhance their problem solving, team building and collaboration skills.

Past Exhibits Gallery

Take a look at some examples of past exhibits that were successful at the Marlborough Lines Science and Technology Fair.

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