Do you know a fantastic student/group of students? 

We are seeking expressions of interest for inspiring students to address delegates at the 2018 Conference. 

This year we are looking for students who have an interesting story to tell. They may have worked to make a positive difference for themselves, in their school or in the wider community.

If you know a fantastic student who fits the bill and is available at the date, time and place below, please fill out the form below. Or email Alex O'Neil on communications@wacsso.wa.edu.au or call 9264 4000.

DATE: Saturday August 18th, 2018
VENUE: The Grand Ballroom, Crown Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood
TOPIC: Presentation on life/achievements/challenges/public school experience
PRESENTATION: 10 mins followed by Q&A for students with conference delegates

The 2017 Student Panel

Tenuun Sanjaadorj, of Southern River College, moved to Australia with his family at the age of 7. Tenuun shared his experiences in the WA school system and his perspective on how the system could improve.

Tenuun Sanjaadorj, of Southern River College, moved to Australia with his family at the age of 7. Tenuun shared his experiences in the WA school system and his perspective on how the system could improve.

Mundaring PS students: Oceana, Blake, Elise, and Karla, on participating in Digital Promise Global (an HP & Microsoft program). A global network of 60+ Learning Studios, gave students the opportunity to experiment using tech designed for collaboration and creation.

Mundaring PS students: Oceana, Blake, Elise, and Karla, on participating in Digital Promise Global (an HP & Microsoft program). A global network of 60+ Learning Studios, gave students the opportunity to experiment using tech designed for collaboration and creation.

Vanessa Vlajkovic, formerly of Mount Lawley Senior High School, is a 20 year old university student living with DeafBlindness. Vanessa presented on the ups and the downs of her education experience, as well as her many achievements.

Vanessa Vlajkovic, formerly of Mount Lawley Senior High School, is a 20 year old university student living with DeafBlindness. Vanessa presented on the ups and the downs of her education experience, as well as her many achievements.

Anna Sharp, of Shenton College, presented about the opportunities and interests she has gained through the public school system, in particular the School of Instrumental Music program and STEM fields.

Anna Sharp, of Shenton College, presented about the opportunities and interests she has gained through the public school system, in particular the School of Instrumental Music program and STEM fields.