Our dynamic Science Communicators present interactive science shows, encouraging curiosity through a variety of topics with lively demonstrations, stimulating stories, connecting our visitors the significance of science in their world.
Content and delivery adjusted for specific year groups.
Supercool | Term 1 and Term 2
The Supercool Show uses curiosity and questioning to find out how the fascinating properties of liquid nitrogen can transform ordinary objects to solve problems and complete amazing feats of usefulness in our science world.
Things That Glow | Term 2, 3 and 4
From explosive fire-balls to surprising chemical reactions, through to the wonders of UV and of laser light, the Things That Glow Show will shine a light on brilliant Western Australian science.
Maths and Explosions | Term 3
From cars and popcorn to rockets and volcanoes, explore, estimate and predict your world through booms, blasts and bangs in this new science show!
Extreme Weather | Term 4
Cyclones and storms can have a devastating effect on the environment and our lives. By observing and measuring patterns, we can make predictions about the future to better prepare us all.
Western Australian Curriculum links
• Chemical science
Science as a Human Endeavour:
• Nature and development of science
Science Inquiry Skills:
• Questioning and predicting
All theatre sessions run for approximately 25 minutes.