The Queensland Chief Scientist, Dr Geoff Garrett AO invites your students to partake in a Guinness World Record attempt:
Largest Practical Science Lesson
To coincide with National Science Week, we are looking to smash the current Guinness World Record of 2102 students participating in a practical science lesson.
Students will participate in a 30 minute practical science lesson (preferred years 5-10 but all others welcome).
Date: Friday 12 August 2016
Time: 9 am – 12 noon
Location: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Registration: Please register your expression of interest online by Friday 17 June 2016 – places are limited so get in quick!
Cost: Free – however schools will need to cover costs of transport to and from the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Other activities: In order for you to maximise opportunities for a range of engagement activities, the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre will offer a range of free activities following the Guinness World Record attempt. The Expression of Interest form will enable you to register your interest in these activities.
For more information contact: Dr Nikki Sims-Chilton | Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist on (07)3215 3753.
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Can we get an update on the results please?
The Guinness Book of Records attempt was successful, beating the previous record held by India.