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Book a date with the Discovery Centre for your class.
Bring our hands-on science into your classroom! The ANSTO Education Team offer quality STEM and STEAM education experiences delivered to primary schools in the St George and Sutherland Shire regions of Sydney.
ANSTO holds a variety of citizen science competitions every year for primary and secondary school-aged students and the general public to win great prizes.
Incredible Insect Competition Winners of 2021. Digital colouring-in competition.
Primary Teacher Professional Development - Shorebirds
Documents held by ANSTO, can be requested under the Freedom of Information Act 1982. ANSTO also has a free enquiry service for members of the public requiring information about ANSTO and its research.
Shorebirds Competition 2021 results.
To contact ANSTO you can submit an enquiry or call one of our locations.
On behalf of ANSTO thank you for your interest in our tours. We hope your visit to ANSTO will be both enjoyable and informative.
Year 3 to 6 tour outline and syllabus outcomes
Information about ANSTO’s COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test Program
Frequently asked questions about the ANSTO Security Process, travel funding, ANSTO Research Portal and ACNS Customer Portal.
From June to August we invited primary schools in Greater Sydney/Illawarra and Melbourne to participate in our 2019 Shorebirds Competition. Students in Years 3 to 6 were asked to create a public awareness poster for a threatened shorebird found in Australia.
Following a run of successful hackathons involving ANSTO and Nandin startups, we're excited to be launching a Hackathon for students in partnership with the Australian Museum as part of National Science Week where the theme is Deep Blue: Innovation for the future of our oceans.
Primary students across Australia were invited to create a public awareness poster for a threatened shorebird found in Australia for our 2020 Shorebirds Competition. In response to COVID-19, and the changes to children’s learning environments, we opened the competition early and also included categories for individual children to enter, as well as school children.