Our school excursions for the experiments listed below are specifically designed to complement the Stage 6 Physics syllabus requirements for practical investigations or depth studies.
Excursions happen in the UNSW School of Physics first-year laboratories, where your students work in pairs to engage with physics equipment to collect and analyse data.
To facilitate their learning, we provide digital copies of worksheets and instructions, ensuring a seamless experience. Our demonstrators will be available to provide guidance and support throughout the excursion.
For excursions with two experiments in a day, we usually start at either 9AM or 10AM with the standard schedule as follows (for 10AM start shift back an hour):
The tour and talk are of no extra cost and the schedule is flexible to suit your needs.
The costs are $20 per student per lab session with a $240 minimum booking for one lab session or $400 for two lab sessions. If you are a Gateway school the cost is $10 per student per lab session with no minimum booking fee.
Possible dates, subject to confirmed availability are weekdays: 7 August-8 September, 16-20 October, 20 November-15 December.
For bookings or more information: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Conduct experiments to analyse horizontal and vertical components of motion.
Conduct experiments to examine qualitatively and quantitatively the refraction and total internal reflection of light.