2020 Kids Teaching Kids Week #KTKWeek2020
Kids Teaching Kids Week is a free, national, peer teaching program that uses the environment as a theme and focus for learning. Students of all ages find solutions to complex environmental problems such as climate change, water, waste, conservation, energy, drought, population and pollution. Students research an environmental topic of interest and then deliver their environmental messages to peers through songs, comedy, dance routines, poems, plays, games and experiments. For over 20 years Kids Teaching Kids has inspired more than 140,000 children across Australia to learn about, care for and respect their local environment.
Kids Teaching Kids helps build resilience in students through fostering high self-esteem and facilitating genuine community connections. Planning is well underway for the 2020 Kids Teaching Kids Week 7th-11th September. During this week thousands of students across Australia will teach each other and their community about local environmental issues. The program is open to all Australian schools; government, Catholic and independent. Schools and organisations are encouraged to sign up to the program during Term 1 to allow adequate time plan and implement the program.
Find a Kids Teaching Kids event near you!
Check out our interactive map of events to see whats going on in 2020.
Note, this map will continue to be updated throughout the year as more events take shape, so check back often.
If you would like to attend one of these free events to present a workshop or come as an audience, please contact KTK to find out more and/or to register at email@example.com
Don't see an event near you? Contact us to learn how you can start your own KTK event.
Thanks to sponsorship from Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, we have grants available to assist high needs Victorian schools to get involved. Grants can be used to cover costs associated with teacher relief, travel, resources, venue hire and catering.
Speak to the Kids Teaching Kids team about your school/organisation eligibility to receive a grant.