In September 2017, a group of researchers in the UQ School of Psychology came together to promote Open Science principles, tools, and techniques in psychology--and perhaps at the University more generally. Our first organisational meeting of Open Science Psychology was held on September 13th at 4 pm. At this meeting we introduced Open Science and the work of SIPS, the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science. We also had a workshop about pre-registration, and developed some plans and goals for the group. Future meetings will occur monthly and will generally follow the format of (a) a workshop on an Open Science technique (e.g., an introduction to StatCheck or PsyArXiv), (b) an update on current activities, and (c) a plan of action to achieve our goals for the next month. EVERYONE is welcome to take part—undergrads, postgrads, postdocs, research assistants, academic staff, early career people, senior scientists, professional staff, etc. If you would like to help make psychological science better, or you simply wish to improve your own research, this is your group! Together we will learn about the latest developments in open science and actively promote open science in the school.