Information for Schools

Ensure your students are part of WA's first TEDxYouth@Perth, a half-day, affordable, event for young people (aged 14+). Presented at The State Theatre Centre of WA on Saturday 20 March 2021, the whole event will be streamed online, for FREE, enabling every young person and school in WA to participate.

TEDxYouth@Perth sparks and celebrates ideas important to the young people of WA. Being part of TEDxYouth@Perth centres young people in the TED international community, dedicated to great ideas and robust thinking. Through partner schools, we help curious and engaged students gain presentation literacy skills, critical thinking skills and amplify their voice in a rapidly-changing world. Download our Schools Information Pack, or read it below.

Three ways your students and your school can be involved

  1. Attend TEDxYouth@Perth at the State Theatre Centre on 20 March 2021. Booking form here >

  2. Host a FREE livestream viewing in your school of TEDxYouth@Perth on 20 March 2021. Register here >

  3. Use our FREE learning materials and TEDxYouth@Perth talks as a new teaching resources. Register here >

Contact us: hello@ideasperth.org

EXCURSION MANAGEMENT PLAN AND CERTIFICATE OF CURRENCY

The State Theatre Centre's Excursion Management Plan and Certificate of Currency is here >

COVID

  • Registration  The accompanying teacher is responsible for holding student contact details should contact tracing be required.
  • Seating  In compliance with State Direction 7, everyone will sit in a specific, allocated seat. Empty seats will be left between groups.
  • SafeWA  All guests aged 15 and over must register at the venue using the SafeWA App.

Breaktime activities are designed to minimise congestion and allow social distancing. Hand sanitiser is available and the venue has an enhanced cleaning regime focusing on high traffic areas and touch points. 

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

TEDxPerth is focused on child safety. Read our Child Protection Policy.

Principal Partner

TEDxYouth@Perth is presented in partnership with Curtin University.