Schools are out at Dialogue in the Dark
The Dialogue in the Dark 2019 School Program has received an ‘A’ for attendance!
March was one of the busiest months yet for our School Program, with approximately 400 students taking part in our Sensory Tour.
This included new students, as well as a number of schools who returned after successful previous experiences at Dialogue in the Dark. After visiting us with Year 9 students in 2018, Hume Central Secondary College came back with their Year 7 students.
Other returning schools included St Kevin’s College and Firbank Grammar, who have booked multiple sessions in the coming year. Doncaster Secondary College, Glenvale School, Harvester Technical College, Peter Lalor Vocational College and St Aloysius are some of the other schools that have attended Dialogue in the Dark in the last month.
Dialogue in the Dark Australia conducts excursions for schools as part of a curriculum-based learning activity. We encourage students to evaluate their own thinking, emotions, responses, and actions when vision is removed. Communication comes to the fore, and students are also required to demonstrate leadership and team-building skills.
We equip students with tools for life-long learning, ongoing social development, and promote active and informed citizenship.
If you are a teacher and you think your class could benefit from experiencing life from a new perspective, contact us today on 1300 411 881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you information on how our school excursions map to the Victorian Curriculum.