OCEAN Park will be inviting 5,000 primary and 5,000 secondary students to go to the Park to attend the “Connecting Students with Nature through STEAM” for free. It hopes to help primary students discover nature and the secondary ones understand how STEAM jobs relate to conservation.
Schools can apply for programme tickets through the Park’s website by detailing how the school plans to help conserve nature and educate its students in STEAM. The maximum number of tickets per school is 200.
Schools will be told if their application was successful by late July, and the students can visit the Park in September. Six schools that score the highest in the application process can send out six students to attend a workshop about STEAM and conservation.
(This article is published on Goodies on 06 June 2018)