UOW Batemans Bay is pleased to announce that the University of Wollongong’s Learning Labs Program will return to the south coast this September ABOUT LEARNING LABS Learning Labs is a face-to-face enrichment holiday program designed for students who are excelling in their area of interest within their year group, and are seeking a challenging and fun experience during the school holidays. Little Learning Labs - Year 1 and 2 students Learning Labs – Year 3 to 6 students DETAILS 29 & 30 SEPTEMBER 2021 9.00 AM TO 3.30 PM UOW BATEMANS BAY CAMPUS, HANGING ROCK $165 OR $180 FOR TWO DAY WORKSHOP SPONSORSHIP PLACES AVAILABLE APPLY ONLINE NOW Applications close on Wednesday, 18 August 2021. All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Friday, 20 August. For detailed workshop descriptions, how to apply, FAQ’s, and the online application form, please go to: uow.info/learninglabs
The workshops began at the UOW in 2012, and are in great demand among high-achieving students, with the number of participants increasing to well over 1000 students placed in workshops in 2019. Learning Labs is an extension of the In2Uni Program which has been delivered in local schools since 2011. A partnership between the University of Wollongong, Department of Education and Communities, and the Catholic Education Office; In2Uni is founded on a united focus of fostering lifelong learning and engagement with education, whilst providing tangible outcomes for individuals. The programs connect with individuals in schools and communities to build their aspirations toward higher education, and to provide students with the knowledge and skills to achieve those goals; not only ensuring their successful journey but providing support once there.
Learning Labs is an enrichment program, designed for students who are performing in the top 10% - 15% in their area of interest within their peer group, and are seeking a challenging and fun experience during the school holidays. All workshops are held over one or two days, and are presented by teachers and experts with specialist training. They cover a range of diverse and innovative disciplines that are designed to challenge and stimulate the interest of the academically gifted.