Designed to motivate, inspire and educate the incoming class of 2022, our 'young people, help young people' approach gives students the chance to learn from firsthand experience. This event has been designed with the help of state rankers and high achievers to provide the new class of 2022 with the assistance and experience of the classes of 2019-2020.
This action-packed one day event will consist of recognised authors and youth specialists as well as past graduates, with interactive activities and a Q&A panel. Your Year 12s will have the opportunity to ask past graduates their questions as well as gain insightful tips and assistance from internationally-recognised speakers, including Luke S. Kennedy and Daniel Merza.
The program focuses on three key areas that are necessary to maintain a balance during the HSC; Facing your Fears, Mastering your Mental Health and Securing your Study Skills. Our speakers will take your students through each of these topics, allowing them to walk out of our seminar feeling more confident to ace the HSC!
Our positive approach to learning allows students to gain an understanding of these areas, and how to implement coping mechanisms into their personal, social and study lives so that they can maintain a balance during one of the toughest years yet!
This is an independently organised event and is not affiliated with the University of Sydney or Seymour Centre's Arts Education Program.
For more information visit the Senior Study Skills Seminar website.
School groups $40 per student. One teacher free per 10 students, additional teachers at student price.
Full payment for this show is due 30/08/2021
We are a registered COVID-Safe business and we're committed to making your Seymour visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.
In line with eased restrictions, this show will be open to 100% seated capacity. Please consider your comfort levels before booking as you will be seated next to other booking groups.
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.
Find out about our other COVID safety measures here.
|Mon 25 Oct||9:30am|
360 minutes (including intervals)
$6 transaction fee applies.
If you are booking with a Dine & Discover voucher, please note that in line with the Dine & Discover T&Cs, only one voucher can be used per transaction. Vouchers can only be redeemed when booking online. Find out more here.
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