Interactive workshops for primary school children (K-6) on Sunday 4 September 2022 in Dianella WA

Tesla Forum is partnering with Wood, the largest global engineering group, to bring two interactive workshops for primary school students: “Hot vs. Cold Science Show” and “Our Solar System workshop”. The event is organized in collaboration with Scitech and Dianella White Eagles Community Centre.

The event confirms our commitment to the Science-Technology-Education-Mathematics (STEM) programs for youth and aims to inspire and empower young children to consider studying engineering and related fields. 

We are inviting you to bring your primary school age children (Year K-6) for these workshops. For more details please refer to attached poster.

This event is free of charge.

However, please note that prior registration is required due to limited capacity! You may register your children by direct booking using the QR code or web link shown on the event poster.

If your children are interested in participating please make the reservation early to avoid disappointment!

Date: Sunday 4th of September 2022

Venue: Dianella White Eagles Community Centre, Dianella Reserve, 347D Morley Drive, Dianella WA 6059


  • Hot vs Cold Science Show: 11:00 – 11:30h
  • Our Solar System workshop ( Session 1):  11:45 – 12:15h
  • Our Solar System workshop (Session 2):  12:30 – 13:00h
  • Our Solar System workshop (Session 3):  13:15 – 13:45h

Tesla Forum of WA Inc.- is registered charity and not-for-profit organization working on the promotion of science, innovation and education within general, professional and academic communities and in particular among Australian youth. The Forum is founded on the legacy of Nikola Tesla, scientist and inventor, and his outstanding contribution to the modern society.

To learn more about Tesla Forum visit:

Wood – is a global leader in consulting and engineering helping to unlock solutions to some of the world’s most critical challenges. Wood provides consulting, projects and operations solutions in more than 60 countries, employing around 40,000 people.

To learn more about Wood visit:

Scitech – is an interactive discovery centre with its mission to inspire the entire state’s collective curiosity. Their workshops and exhibitions are renowned for their creative, inspiring interactivity. They engage and develop citizens for Western Australia’s social well-being, economic prosperity and sustainability.

To learn more about Scitech visit:

Thanks to Wood, Scitech and Dianella White Eagles for taking part in organization of this event. We are looking forward to see you all there!