Outstanding Results in the Science Talent Search Competition 2019


Over 3000 students in Victoria presented entries in the 2019 Science Talent Search Competition, run by the Science Teachers Association of Victoria.

To celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the first Moon landing, the theme this year was Destination Moon: more missions, more science.

Loreto students entered many fantastic projects and achieved some excellent results. The bursary winners will be presented with their prizes at La Trobe University later in the month.

Minor Bursary:

Olivia Carroll Year 7 - Junior Creative Writing ‘Living on the Moon – One Surprise After Another’

Annabelle Bamford and Olivia Hope Year 7- Junior Games ‘Edge of Extinction’

Milly Rolleston and Sophia Woods Year 7 – Junior Video ‘What Type of Clothing Detergent Removes Stains Best?’

Sasha Mirabile, Amelia Pastore, Sarah Abusah and Cecilia Nicholls-McCormick Year 9 - Intermediate Games ‘Moon Mission’


Orla Shackcloth Year 7 – Junior Creative Writing ‘Dear Moon, We’re Staying’

Merit & Acknowledgment:

Clara Mariani and Isabella Schwartz Year 7 – Junior Games ‘Hello Einstein’

Ally Dimopoulos and Aurora Thirard Year 7– Junior Games ‘Monopoly Space Edition’


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