Scifest@School Resources

Scifest@School Resources

The resources on this page are intended to support teachers in organising their own in-house SciFest STEM fair. For details of the other supports available to teachers organising a SciFest@School STEM fair please click here or contact us.

To access a particular resource please click on either the resource title or its icon.

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SciFest@School registration form

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Teacher and Student Guidelines

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Start Small - 10 steps to a successful SciFest@School

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Science project rubric

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Technology project rubric

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Social and Behavioural project rubric

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SciFest@School certificate

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Guidelines for Judging at SciFest@School

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Comments from SciFest@School judges

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Sample website template

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SciFest@School media invite

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SciFest@School press release



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Nov
08 2018
SciFest@School in St Andrew's College, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Nov
09 2018
SciFest National Final in Marino Conference Centre, Dublin
Nov
13 2018
SciFest@School in New Court School, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Nov
14 2018
SciFest@School in Mount Anville Secondary School, Dublin 14
15-Oct-2018
The Broadcom MASTERS International Award for STEM Fair Junior Participants
02-Oct-2018
‘Receiving the Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award in the regional finals in Sligo IT, gave me a surge of newfound enthusiasm and drive to push my app to reach its full potential. Since May, I am delighted to say, Lifeline has
06-Sep-2018
The most difficult part of doing a science fair project is actually coming up with a workable idea. Don’t worry; the majority of students have exactly the same problem. Watch the video to help you come up with that perfect idea!
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