Students show off skills at the Learning Centre
Over 200 students from 11 government schools across the state will be showing and sharing their knowledge in agriculture, horticulture and STEM learning at the Royal Adelaide Show, which starts tomorrow.
The Learning Centre is an interactive space for children, their families and the general public to participate in a number of fun and educational activities and demonstrations run by a mix of specialised teachers and their students.
Along with the regular petting of puppies, sheep shearing and churning of butter, some new demonstrations have been thrown in the mix such as goat milking, animal handling and wine making and crushing.
Schools involved in the Learning Centre
- Australian Science and Mathematics School
- Birdwood High School
- Bordertown High School
- Clare High School
- Gladstone High School
- Karoonda Area School
- Lucindale Area School
- Nuriootpa Area School
- Open Access College
- Playford International College
- Urrbrae Agricultural High School
The Learning Centre will be open Friday 31 August to Sunday 9 September from 9am to 5.15pm in the Old Ram Shed on the Western Boulevard.
Quotes attributable to Executive Director Strategic Policy and External Relations, Karen Weston
There’s always something new and exciting in the Learning Centre and I encourage everyone to check out the great work our students and teachers are doing.
It’s great to see the number of regional and metro schools involved in the Learning Centre has grown and it is a wonderful experience seeing children, young people and their families engage with the school teams.
There are also a number of other schools presenting work in the Royal Show, so get along and support their contributions.
Our ongoing participation in the Royal Adelaide Show supports growth in learning for all students as we strive towards building a world class education system.