School children from across the metropolitan area visit the Campus for the day to experience hands-on science activities with experienced science teachers and student teachers.
This school holiday program teaches students to plan and prepare engaging maths activities to support and enhance young children's mathematical understanding.
The partnership between ECU, Kingston Primary School and the Department of Education provides high achieving, final year teaching students from our Mount Lawley and South West campuses the opportunity to work alongside mentor teachers as interns at Kingston Primary School. These students are eligible for a Rural Teaching Scholarship from the Department of Education and participate in the School's community and educational program while completing their final year of coursework.
The School of Communications and Arts high school intensives are full-day workshops designed to compliment and extend the studies of year 12 students, as well as give students a taste of university life. The free workshops are open to all WA schools and can be booked directly by high schools.
The School of Communications and Arts annually showcases graduating student work in numerous end-of-year exhibitions and screenings. This is a fantastic opportunity to see firsthand the amazing work of some of WA's best emerging artists. For more information visit the School of Communications and Arts web page.
During the year, speculative ideas are explored and creative outputs celebrated in a contemporary art space called 'Spectrum Project Space'. Spectrum has a regular public exhibition program and encourages students and staff to contribute to Perth's vibrant art scene and to engage in critical dialogue with various art professions. The general public are welcome and encouraged to visit the many exhibits and artist information evenings at the space, located on the Mount Lawley Campus. For news and event information please visit the Spectrum Project Space web page.