Are your students in years 7-10? They’re eligible to enter the prestigious science writing competition, UNSW’s Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing!
What is this competition all about?
The UNSW Bragg Student Prize is a science writing competition designed to encourage and celebrate the next generation of science writers, researchers and leaders.
The science writing competition offers high school students the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and interest in writing to this year’s theme ‘The Big Ideas Saving the Planet’. It offers great practice for research, creative thinking and essay writing, and gives students the chance to combine what they’ve learnt across several different humanities and STEM-based subjects.
Hear from a year 10 student about her experience HERE.
Who is it for?
The science writing competition is open to all students in Years 7–10. It is designed to be used as a classroom or extra-curricular activity in any of the following areas:
What are the competition dates?
The competition runs from 20 April to 27 August 2021.
Win a book pack for your school!
We’re giving away a book prize pack to both the regional and city school with the most entries. Simply enter as many students from your school as you can for the chance to win a pack including each of the below books.
- Flames of Extinction by John Pickrell
- Plastic Free: The Inspiring Story of a Global Environmental Movement and Why It Matters by Rebecca Prince-Ruiz and Joanna Atherfold Finn
- Living with the Anthropocene edited by Cameron Muir, Kirsten Wehner, Jenny Newell
- The Best Australian Science Writing 2021 edited by Dyani Lewis
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Author: Eliza Brockwell
Eliza is passionate about creating content that encourages diversity of representation in STEM.