Primary & Secondary School Aboriginal Virtual Reality Workshops & Shows

School Aboriginal Virtual Reality Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Aboriginal Virtual Reality workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Aboriginal Nations – a VR experience

EG Incursions creates world first! Using the latest VR technology, EG Incursions can take your class around the world, under the sea or even to the moon! EG Incursions initial bespoke workshops are based around Anti-bullying and Indigenous... > View Profile

Kutcha Edwards

1. Cultural Immersion Workshop Kutcha Edwards poses some curly questions in a workshop designed to draw from the participants the knowledge of Aboriginal Australia they currently possess and enhance that, with some reality checks along the way. Some of the questions that are... > View Profile

Aboriginal Cultural Immersion & Education Experience

Yarn Bark is an Aboriginal led organisation dedicated to facilitating tailored experiences that strengthen Australia's understanding and connection with Aboriginal culture, community and history.   Yarn Bark has over 5-years experience designing and delivering... > View Profile

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Poetry: Poetry at the Easel

Children's poet and author Heather Collins has created a unique workshop which encourages children to use their senses and paint to poetry. She has created a collection of expressive and descriptive poems allowing children to paint through visual imagery using... > View Profile

Science: Forensic Science CSI Incursion

Our Forensic Science CSI workshop engages primary school children with scientific techniques that demonstrate how science works in the real world. The context of a scientific investigation brings science to life and stimulates interest at a young age. Schools can... > View Profile

Maths: Maths Workshops in Schools

We offer engaging hands-on experiments and fully-interactive demonstrations designed to improve students understanding and appreciation of science. Our school science workshops have been previously assessed by the NSW Department of Education & Training Performances for... > View Profile

Anti Bullying & Life Skills: EiE Bully

Bullying is never ok! It's hurtful and can impact someone for a long time. Remember, you're not alone. There are people you can talk to and things you can do to stop the bullying. We provide practical strategies to address bullying, including cyber bullying, and information on... > View Profile

Music: Music across Australia

School Workshops & Concerts The girls in Ginger & Tonic love visiting schools and sharing our love of singing and a cappella with students and teachers! Our workshops are customisable, and generally include: - private performances for students - vocal... > View Profile

African Drumming: NSW African Drumming

“Teranga” is a Senegalese word that loosely translates as “hospitality,” yet, the concept is well beyond that literal translation. It’s more of a philosophical code, it is really, a very strong social value, where families invite strangers in need... > View Profile

Football & Soccer: Australian Soccer Clinics

Australian Soccer Clinics - Our 2017 Identification Clinic was spread across Sydney at 4 different locations. In 2018 we are conducting a 5 day elite football camp which will entail the footballers to sleep on campus at Sydney Olympic Park. This will allow Damian Mathew to... > View Profile

Animals & Mini Beasts: Mini Beasts

Travelbugs Mobile Mini-beasts is a fun 'hands-on' mobile education service that travels all over NSW, the ACT and beyond, educating people of all ages about the benefits and wonders of invertebrates or 'mini-beasts' (insects, spiders, snails, millipedes etc)... > View Profile

Science: Tinkering

Tinkering is the perfect introduction to electricity with students given the opportunity to get hands-on with tools to look inside different types of electronics and investigate how they work. They will also explore coding, solar energy, conductors, insulators and the components... > View Profile

Australian History: Gold Rush History & Parlour Games

Get ready to step back in time and be greeted by Civil James and/or Margaret Kennedy (the first male and female to find Gold in 1851). This interactive and fun incursion takes the students on a journey through time to the days of old. We make history fun and then introduce some... > View Profile

Puppets: The Puppetry Workshop

Welcome! We all look for wonderful experiences for our children, I know this! Because I used to be a teacher.  Please let me introduce myself. I'm Julie Zommers, and have presented this workshop over the last 5 years to over 25,000 children. I've just happened upon this... > View Profile