Teaching the next generation

It's vital the next generation understands that everything starts with agriculture, from the food we eat to the clothes we wear. 

That's why the Ekka is committed to providing first class educational activities and facilities in the lead-up to and during Ekka.

Since 1876, millions of students have enjoyed discovering where their food comes from and have taken part in true city meets country experiences.

With dedicated school competitions for students to enter, 10,000 animals to see, six learning trail points and many interactive hands-on activities, the Ekka is Queensland's largest classroom.

The Ekka has one eye firmly on the future, offering educational support to students and teachers across Queensland through the following initiatives.

Students and teachers visit the Ekka and enjoy a memorable and unique hands-on learning experience.Allows teachers to deliver a curriculum aligned excursion and gives students an opportunity to see the variety of jobs available within the industry.
The popular 'ag-ucational' day brings the country to the city to teach primary school students that food comes from farms, not the supermarket shelf.Providing the scope on all things Ekka, 20 year 6 students will be given the chance to become journalists at show camp.
The Agricultural Hall presented by Seqwater features plenty of ag-ucational activities for children, including the Field to Fork interactive rural journey.The opportunity for your students to get involved in the Royal Queensland Show, develop their skills and showcase their work.

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