Curiosity Days are an extension of classroom learning in a real-world context.
Students spend a day working with peers from other year levels discussing, examining and analysing a real world problem – in 2016 students explored the ideas of identity (Who do you think you are?) and child sexual slavery (What if we could eradicate the hurt, pain, injustice and horror of sexual slavery?)
Working through the question, students create a response – there are no wrong answers. Students create artworks, music compositions, websites, power points, creative written pieces, dramatic performances, scripts and science experiments.
Curiosity Days are an opportunity for secondary students to explore issues that are important to them in a way that speaks to them.
For further information on Curiosity Days, please contact Miss June A Balfour, Director of Learning