Shoalhaven Paper Plane Challenge
Don’t miss out on the chance to take part in the 2019 Shoalhaven Paper Plane Challenge. This unique event is a fantastic opportunity for students to win cash prizes for themselves and their schools.
Regional Development Australia – Far South Coast, Nowra Show Society and Shoalhaven Defence Industry have come together to create this opportunity for students to engage in a fun way with science, technology, engineering and maths with a view to taking up careers in the aviation industry.
Each school can enter up to 2 teams in each category – Distance and Time-in Air
Register by: 8th November 2019
How It Works
Students can create their own designs or find a template online. Once the prototypes have been built it’s time to start testing them and identify the best ones from each school. The finalists from each school will then compete in the Grand Final at Bomaderry Sports Centre on 5th December.
Who Can Enter
Group 1: Years 7, 8 and 9
Group 2: Years 10, 11 and 12
Group 3: Tertiary students including higher
education and vocational education
and training (VET).
Time: 09.00 – 12.00
Date: 5th December 2019
Venue: Bomaderry Sports Centre
Contact: Sam Holloway
02 4422 8160
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