Peter Doherty Science Award (PDSA) 2020
Enrolments open Monday 4th May
The Peter Doherty Science Award recognizes novel and creative research into solving everyday issues by students in the Ballarat region.
The Award competition is open to all secondary students in Years 7 – 10 from the Ballarat region. Students can enter in teams of 2 - 5 students.
Finalists will be invited to present their research report in front of a live audience at the PDSA Judging and Presentation Night held at the Ballarat Tech School on 18th November 2020.
Ballarat Tech School 2020 Learning Programs
In 2020 BTS will continue to deliver programs that prepare students for success in a rapidly changing world through STEAM industry-based programs and projects.
BTS programs will continue to be FREE to all seventeen Partner Schools.
Programs or activities range from 1 day to 4 days and BTS will work with Partner Schools to make the booking structure work for their school.
Action - Reaction White Night installation
Did you miss the magic of White Night in Ballarat 2019?
If you did don’t worry as here is your chance to see Action - Reaction including the magic rainbow bike powered wall, the Great Decision Maker, grand gears with AR lightbulb and Annie's images of spark.
Thanks a bunch to the Girls in STEM designers, Steph Wallace, Marcia King - Artwork, Albert Ferguson, Demi Gerardi and NJW Designs.
And to quote the cool kids as they ventured out of the installation "that was so much fun!”
Premier's Sustainability Awards 2019 - Finalist
Ballarat Tech School has been announced as a finalist in the Education category in this year's Premier's Sustainability Awards for our War on Waste - Precious Plastic Program.
The Premier's Sustainability Awards celebrates people working to reduce the impact of climate change and to create a better future for us all.
2019 City of Ballarat Youth Awards
The Ballarat Tech School is proudly sponsoring the STEM Award.
The STEM Award aims to recognise the power STEM learners have to change the world and the future by harnessing science, technology, engineering and maths in innovative ways. The winner will have a positive impact on their future by increasing their employability skills, engaging in meaningful learning and having fun along the way. The winner may learn independently or as part of a learning network.
CONGRATULATIONS to the winner of the STEM Award: Tobias Soul