Science & Technology Fair 2016

Science and Technology Fair 2016

The world of STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) continues to develop and Davitt College Science and ICT Departments  recently invited 6th class students from the surrounding National Schools to engage with us in a Science and Technology Fair consisting of hands-on practical activities plus some spectacular demonstrations.

Students from Ballyheane Primary School are intrigued as they are shown Static Electricity by Transition Year Students, during The Science & Technology Fair at Davitt College, a four-day Science and Technology event for sixth class students from Primary Schools in Castlebar and surrounding districts.

Students from Ballyheane Primary School are intrigued as they are shown Static Electricity by Transition Year Students, during The Science & Technology Fair at Davitt College, a four-day Science and Technology event for sixth class students from Primary Schools in Castlebar and surrounding districts.

Students from Ballyvary Central Primary School analyse a dissected animal heart during Science & Technology Fair at Davitt College. This was just one in a range of Science Experiments and Computer Programming events that took place over the four day Science and Technology Fair.

Students from Ballyvary Central Primary School analyse a dissected animal heart during Science & Technology Fair at Davitt College. This was just one in a range of Science Experiments and Computer Programming events that took place over the four day Science and Technology Fair.


Students from Scoil Raifteirí, Castlebar examine plant cells during The Science & Technology Fair 2016 at Davitt College.

Students from Scoil Raifteirí, Castlebar examine plant cells during The Science & Technology Fair 2016 at Davitt College.

Mr. Aaron Tonry, ICT, Maths and Science Teacher at Davitt College explains a computer program to students from Derrywash Primary School , Castlebar during the Computer Programming Section of The Science & Technology Fair 2016 at Davitt College, Castlebar

Mr. Aaron Tonry, ICT, Maths and Science Teacher at Davitt College explains a computer program to students from Derrywash Primary School , Castlebar during the Computer Programming Section of The Science & Technology Fair 2016 at Davitt College, Castlebar


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