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For more than 30 years, CSIRO has proudly delivered innovative learning opportunities to schools, teachers and the wider community.
Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools is a national volunteer program bringing real science, mathematics and ICT into the classroom through ongoing flexible partnerships.
Targeting primary and middle school students in remote Indigenous communities, this program uses on-country projects as the context for learning science linked to Indigenous ecological knowledge.
The Inquire to Discover program provides resources and techniques for implementing scientific inquiry based projects and learning in the classroom.
Explore our range of engaging science programs based on real CSIRO science for schools and students. Includes CREST, Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools, Sustainable Futures and much more!
Further develop your capacity to deliver quality science education through our teacher professional development opportunities.
Engage with CSIRO by checking out our Discovery centre, telescopes, science bootcamp, open days and much more!
Try your hand at these fun and easy science experiments and activities for kids. Explore science concepts and discover the world around you using simple ingredients found in the home or at school.
The Double Helix editing team has a long-standing reputation for delivering expertly written, fascinating and fun science material. Our publications are designed to foster an interest in science, maths, engineering and technology in school aged children.
Scope is a half hour of fast, funny and informative science television for children aged 8-14 years.
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Last updated: Last updated: 19 October 2016
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