Sat, Jul 04 | Online Workshop

Primary Community Leaders Workshop - Saturday

Have you ever wanted to help someone in your local community? Our Community Leaders online workshop has been designed to show students how they can do exactly that as they develop a product or service to support people in their local community.
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Time & Location

Jul 04, 2020, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM GMT+10
Online Workshop

About the Event

Have you ever wanted to help someone in your local community? Our Community Leaders online workshop has been designed to show students how they can do exactly that as they develop a product or service to support people in their local community.

Workshop At A Glance

Age Group: Grade 3-6 Students 

Date: Saturday 4th July, 2020

Time: 9:00am - 11:00am AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) 

Ticket Price: $25 Per Student 

Whether it’s a robot that delivers groceries to the elderly, or a bin that gives you a round of applause when you put rubbish in it, our community leaders program has been designed to show students how they can make a difference in their community in some fun and creative ways. 

In this session, students will be working with our passionate and energetic facilitators to connect and collaborate as they identify some challenges in their local community, before then thinking big to see how they can solve these challenges in fun and creative ways. 

Students will be looking around the world to see what other countries are doing to get more people eating fruit and vegetables, using the stairs as opposed to the escalator and even recycling properly. They will be taking inspiration from these quirky innovations as they create their own for their local community. 

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