The Stella Schools Program aims to inspire change and empower young people by encouraging them to critically engage with their own reading habits and imagine a future not limited by their gender.
Our Schools Ambassadors are available to take part in Stella Schools events in your state or territory.
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A week-long program for schools, encouraging students to explore themes of language, gender and power. Launching soon.
Live events, podcasts and online content to stimulate discussion and deepen understanding around a range of issues pertinent to young people and the particular challenges they face.
Girls Write Up is a daylong festival for teens aged 12–18 that teaches empowerment through writing and sharing stories.
The Stella Schools Program offers a range of events and sessions to inspire change and empower students of all ages and genders.
It is important for both girls and boys to read and study a wide range of stories; to both recognise their own experiences and empathise with the lives of others through reading. Gendered reading habits established during formative years can set the tone for life – gender stereotypes limit us all.
The Stella Schools Program seeks to inspire change and to empower students – girls and boys alike – by encouraging them to critically engage with their own reading habits and imagine a future not limited by their gender. Start a conversation with your students that will help them shape their own brilliant careers.
The Stella Schools Program is for girls and boys in Years 7 to 12 and is comprised of:
For all Stella Schools Program enquiries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stella Schools Program is proudly supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, the Nelson Meers Foundation and the Hart Line Fund of the Australian Communities Foundation.