The Ethos Foundation (ethosfoundation.org), a registered charity, is now offering places on the April 8 YOUNG ETHOS SCHOLARS for gifted and talented children aged between 7 – 12 years old.
The Young Ethos Scholars one-day program is specifically designed to inspire and challenge gifted and talented children to be innovative and resourceful, and to become thoughtful leaders of the future. All workshops will be strengthening students’ capacity in one or more of the core STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) subjects.
Eight simultaneous workshops will offer a stimulating and enriching environment for gifted and talented students with tutelage from inspiring mentors who are masters in their field. We have selected an wide range of topics for students to choose from including: treehouse design with an architect; bamboo construction with an engineer; exploration of nature with a wildlife ecologist; applied maths and survival skills with an ex-SAS officer; expression and voice with an opera singer; portfolio development with a professional artist; discovering new ways of observing and thinking with a writer; and examining patterns in music with an instrument designer and musician.
All participating students will receive a Young Ethos Scholars Certificate from this program supported by Griffith University and the University of the Sunshine Coast.
The venue is the United Nations World Habitat award-winning village, Crystal Waters near Maleny.
BOOKINGS and more information: Morag Gamble, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07 594 4833, http://ethosfoundation/course/young_ethos_scholars