Science week activities fizz and pop across the region | photos St Patrick’s Primary School’s Eliza Lane and Nic Paturzo with Laura Noonan from Victoria Police who talked about how officers use robots in their work.
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Molly Carey, Layla Thom and Maddy Turner create an explosive volcanic reaction in Koroit.

Campbell Holmes and Connor McDonald (front) race their droids in the playground as part of the organised activities at Koroit

St Patrick’s Primary School’s Luke Turner watches Jordan Lathwell cause a chemical reaction using household items.

Bree Holscher sets her droid up in the playground. This year’s National Science Week theme is Drones, Droids and Robots.

St Patrick’s Primary School, Koroit student Estelle Evans with her group’s droid entry.

St Patrick’s Primary School students (l-r) Amelia Bell, Tahlia McLaren April King, Lily Carey and Josie Collins set up their experiments which they performed for kinder children.

Koroit’s Max Phillips and Riley Brown create butter from milk in their experiment.

Family groups combine to make droids at St Patrick’s Primary School, Koroit. Pictured: Molly McLaren, Connor McDonald, Tahlia McLaren, Lucy McLaren and Ella McLaren

St Patrick’s Primary School Koroit student Noah Pigdon was awarded the drone with the biggest personality for his team.

Woodford Primary School science teacher Dave Atkinson and student Kyle Gleeson launch a rocket while classmates watch on.

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