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Scitech’s School Access Program

Inspiring the next wave of engineers, biologists, or computer scientists - this program is a great vehicle for doing just that.

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Providing access to our unique Scitech experience to as many young Western Australians as possible is crucial. That’s why we offer science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) experiences to primary schools across Perth, all of which fall below the national average of the Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA).

This exclusive program supports bus transport and provides free entry to Scitech.

Students can interact with the latest feature exhibition, experience an all-dome theatre show in the planetarium and be inspired by one of our dynamic science shows. These experiences are varied and unique and therefore not replicable in an incursion delivery model.

Apply to Scitech's School Access Program

Scitech's School Access Program schools are selected on multiple factors including access to Scitech, ICSEA score, number of students at your school, socio-economic status. Please fill in the form to be considered for selection.

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