The Secondary School Days program is a wonderful opportunity for students to listen, investigate and question, alongside some of Australia's leading writers for young adults. The program is designed to grow students' enjoyment of books, writing and reading by providing them with new perspectives, insight into writing processes and encouragement to consider their own creative pursuits.
The 2021 program features the internationally recognised, award-winning Australian authors: Garth Nix (Old Kingdom series); Zana Fraillon (The Bone Sparrow, The Lost Soul Atlas); Claire Zorn (The Sky So Heavy, One Would Think the Deep); and Leanne Hall (This Is Shyness, Iris and the Tiger). During interactive sessions, these authors will perform from their work, talk about their craft and take questions from the audience.
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The theatre may operate at a reduced capacity during school shows.
School groups are exempt from QR code registration requirements if they provide the name and phone number of two designated contacts. These contacts must be able to provide the names and contact details of all group members if contacted by NSW Health.
Schools are responsible for ensuring that any staff and students who are unwell, awaiting a COVID test result, or under instruction to self-isolate do not attend.
Masks are strongly recommended for teachers and for students aged 12 years and over.
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|Fri 30 Apr||10am|
285 minutes (including intervals)
One free teacher per 20 students.
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