QASMT leads Guinness World Record for the World’s Biggest Practical Science Lesson

Congratulations to QASMT teacher, Anne Brant, and our whole Year 10 cohort for leading the world’s biggest science experimental lesson. On Friday, 12 August, QASMT kicked off National Science Week by leading the lesson that broke the world record with almost 3000 Queensland school students involved.

Officially it is the students of Queensland that hold the record but they needed a teacher. The world record for the most children taught in a single science lesson, was gained with 2895 students of Queensland and the winning teacher was Anne Brant, pictured with Chief Scientist Dr Geoff Garnett.

Great job everyone and what an exciting way to start a week of celebrations!

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612 ABC Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe