Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan






The SciFest project was launched nationwide in 2008 following a successful pilot phase in 2006 and 2007. A description of the project may be accessed here and an overview of its development is available here.


SciFest's Vision

Every second level student has an opportunity to participate in a STEM fair, irrespective of their ability, background or circumstances, empowering them to lead a fulfilling personal life as a citizen in an increasingly technological society while contributing to the creation of a strong 21st century Ireland


SciFest's Aims

  • SciFest aims to encourage a love of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through active, collaborative, inquiry-based learning
  • SciFest aims to be highly accessible to, and inclusive of its target audience by being locally and regionally based and by being free to enter
  • SciFest aims to create a structure, including a diversified funding stream, capable of sustaining the ongoing expansion and development of the project


SciFest's Strategic Plan 2014-2018 was developed to chart the way forward for SciFest to achieve its stated aims. A copy of the plan may be downloaded here.

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