Community

We are committed to supporting your school and its community through programs that support parents and other key influences to support student learning beyond school.

Study Centres

These weekly two hour sessions provide free homework support and tutoring to high school students in Years 7-12 at selected local libraries. University of Sydney student volunteers are matched one-on-one or in small groups to help support students’ diverse learning needs and build academic competence, while raising awareness of the opportunities available through higher education.

Year: 7 – 12
Delivered: Term 2, Week 2 – 7
Term 3, Week 2 – 7

Parent and Community Information Evening

students

Held in local libraries, information evenings students in Year 10, 11 and 12, parents, caregivers and teachers, provide an opportunity to hear from and speak to university staff, faculties and current University students about subject selection, pathways, degrees, and careers. The information evenings aim to increase attendees understanding of resources, academic support and financial assistance available (in the form of scholarships) to support senior study and access to higher education.

Year: 10 – 12, parents and community
Delivered: Term 2, Week 6

HSCram

This one-day intensive workshop provides Year 12 students with a range of academic support including small group subject-specific tutoring, exam practice in exam conditions and HSC Exam
Prep workshops. Held in local libraries, it aims to increase students’ confidence in specific HSC subject and motivation to succeed in the HSC.

Year: 12
Delivered: October school holidays