Success in Sleek Geeks Science Competition


Image (from left): Amelie Haigh, Caitlyn Walker Sophia Udechuku, Sienna Haigh, Chloe Walker, Alyssa Buda

PLC Sydney has received three Highly Commended Awards in this year’s Sleek Geeks Eureka Science School Prizes. Congratulations to Amelie Haigh (Year 3), Caitlyn Walker (Year 3), Chloe Walker (Year 4), Alyssa Buda (Year 4), Sophia Udechuku (Year 5) and Sienna Haigh (Year 5).

  • Chloe and Alyssa’s entry 'Snap, Crack Pop, explored how bones fracture and dislocate and also how they heal.
  • Amelie and Caitlyn’s submission 'Clean, Clean Chlorine', examined how chlorine helps keep our pools clean.
  • Sophia and Sienna's project 'Shrink Magic', investigated the difference between washing clothes in hot water vs cold water.

The University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka School Prizes are part of the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes. The competition involves communicating a scientific concept in a way that is accessible and engaging whilst increasing people’s science knowledge at the same time. Participants have to submit a one to three minute video piece and a 250 word description of the content, which can be produced by an individual student or a group of up to six students. The competition presented nine awards in total across Australia in the Primary school category, so to have our girls receive three of them is a marvelous feat.

facebook-icon These videos can be viewed on PLC Sydney's facebook page

A list of all Finalists and Highly Commended  award winners can be viewed on the Australian Museum website 

events-icon Please join us to celebrate with the Junior School and watch the videos on the big screen! For more information, please visit events on our website


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