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Constable Kenny Koala STEM Colouring-In Competition

The Constable Kenny Koala STEM colouring-in competition is open to all Primary School students and is free to participate. This is your chance to win great prizes while having fun! Choose your colouring-in page and show off your creative talents!

When: Tuesday, July 11 2017 till Friday, September 1 2017. 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Topic: Innovation and technology
Cost: Free

Participate in our exciting colouring-in competition, and help celebrate National Science Week!

ACT Policing’s Constable Kenny Koala Program is designed to educate children on a range of safety themes, and to encourage them to turn to police for help and advice. Constable Kenny Koala and his friends Tilly the koala, Kev the kangaroo, Ellie the echidna, and Superintendent Cassie Koala teach children how to ‘stay ok’ and provide a level of awareness of appropriate safety behaviours.

Children in year 6 and below can colour-in one or more of the provided colouring-in pages of Constable Kenny Koala using Science and Technology in policing. Entries can be scanned and submitted via email. Ensure that the entrant’s name, age, school year, and name of primary school is included in the submission.

Selected entries will be displayed at the Science in ACTion event in August. Entrant details will be removed for privacy.

This is a student-friendly activity which can be integrated into regular class schedules or done at home with parent or guardian supervision.

Contact details:

Forensic Science
Australian Federal Police
Email: Science-In-Action@afp.gov.au
Phone: 02 6131 2683

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