Youth Eco Summit (YES)

Youth Eco Summit Students walking at Armory Photo: Narelle Spangher, MONDE Photo

Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park

YES for Secondary Schools - 14 September

In September we will host a 1-day Youth Eco Summit (YES) for secondary schools. The 2017 Youth Eco Summit will provide Stages 4&5 with a unique opportunity to share their sustainability projects, successes, innovations and ideas in a new and exciting event format. This summit will include student drama, film, music, debate, TED-style talks and global video exchanges. Participants will be highly engaged, with special guests facilitating feedback and interaction throughout the day via evolving art-works, social media activities, audience polling and more.

For bookings and more information for Secondary Schools event email: education@sydneyolympicpark.com.au

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YES for Primary Schools - 16 & 17 November, 9.30am-2pm

The 2017 Youth Eco Summit for Primary Schools will be packed with all the excitement and  interactivity that has fuelled this award winning sustainability education event  for the last 7 years. YES is a STEM-based festival with displays and hands-on workshops from a range of premium program providers. YES is also an opportunity for schools and student groups to showcase their sustainability achievements and projects, sharing their learning through a kids-teaching-kids model.

An exciting and valuable addition to  this year’s event will be our Murama Indigenous Youth Team. They will be leading a range of cultural immersion activities around Cathy Freeman Park including ceremony, art and Indigenous science

At just $7 per student YES 2017 is a perfect end of year activity for classes and school groups of all sizes.

 

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Feedback from previous YES event

"The stalls and workshops were excellent, the presenters were all really engaging and the boys loved all the freebies!! The atmosphere was really relaxed, but still very organised. They great thing about it was the students were learning while having fun and there was so much choice. Count us in for next year." (Epping Boys High School)

"The summit was a great day for the students. They loved the main expo tent especially. All in all it was fantastic and we are looking forward to coming again next year." (Kogarah High School)

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