News - 05 August 2021
National Science Week (14th – 22nd August) is a major programming initiative for all Camp Australia services and this year’s theme, Food: Different by Design, has got everyone’s attention.
Catering for the interests of all children in OSHC, National Science Week is designed to bring out the mini chefs and scientists through a range of fun and exciting experiences. Educators have been busy preparing interactive science and cooking experiments for their services to relish over. There’s Fizzy Fun, held during after school care in all of our services. Who doesn’t like to eat sherbet, right? Well, now’s the time for children to make their very own…
Whether they’re a scientist or a chef, now’s the chance for children to put their skills to the test to win a hard copy of The Experimental Cookbook, featuring their very own recipe. The competition is aimed at encouraging curiosity when it comes to science in the kitchen, and not just for children – the challenge is open to our partners and team members, so get your science and cooking hats on!
We’re delighted to partner with two dietitians for our latest competition as part of National Science Week. We introduce you to Julie Meek and Kelly Bramble. Julie is a Sports Dietitian and we can’t wait to share some of her knowledge with the Camp Australia family – she’s been in the industry for over 20 years. Kelly has recently obtained a Master of Dietetics and her enthusiasm for healthy eating makes cooking seems oh-so-easy. What’s more, Julie and Kelly are tasked with being our master judges for our latest competition, The Experimental Cookbook.
You can read more about our partners and The Experimental Cookbook competition here.