Schools can enter up to 4 teams of 4 students on each day at one venue
On the day of the Challenge, teams will participate in 4 practice workshops in the morning followed by 4 competition challenges in the afternoon. Each member of a team will be the leader of a specific challenge.
Each Challenge is set in a scenario or hypothetical situation, to be completed in 30 minutes.
Team members will be presented with a Challenge badge and a Certificate of Participation. Teachers and parents are invited to attend the presentation session. The three top teams at each venue will receive trophies and the two top teams in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane will receive an invitation to participate in the finals. .
Click on the links below to read the exciting Scenarios for the 2017 Challenge. Attached to this is the Expression of Interest for parents to complete and return to the school.
Teachers will need to select a venue and date and record details on the Expression of Interest before sending it home to parents.
Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane
YR34 EOI AND SCENARIOS
YR56 EOI AND SCENARIOS
2018 Challenge information will be available at the start of Term 3.