About the Schools Visit

School Visits utilise the peer-to-peer education model to deliver one or more of these options:

  1. Content-based interactive workshops
  2. Model UN Debating sessions
  3. Interactive Problem Solving sessions
  4. POTENTIAL in-school Voice Competition sessions

School visits can run for:

  • 90 Minutes
  • Half Day
  • Full Day

As the time of the school visit increases, we may need to utilise multiple models of content delivery. One workshop usually runs for around 60-75 minutes, but it can run for more or less.


  • We have a limit of 60 delegates per session. If there is more interest, we can opt to run multiple sessions.
  • We can tailor your content-based interactive workshop to whatever works best for you and your school community. If you can’t think of anything, you can contact our education team who can help advise you on the best content for your school.
  • We also offer premade interactive workshops on interesting topics including:
    • Governance
    • Human Rights
    • Education
    • Conflict
    • Globalisation
    • Trade
    • Sustainability


The cost for your school visit is dependent on the number of participants and the amount of time you have selected. UN Youth offers discounts depending on your school’s ICSEA value. Your final cost will be determined once the variables have been determined.

Any more questions?
You can contact our education team at saeducation@unyouth.org.au, or you can contact the Director of Education, Ella Goulding, directly at 0414 622 506.

About Our Team

Hi there! My name is Ella Goulding and I’m the Director of Education for UN Youth South Australia in 2023. I use she/her pronouns. I’m a recent graduate of the Australian Science and Mathematics School, and I’m currently studying secondary education and a bachelor of arts at Adelaide University. This is my second year with UN Youth. Last year I participated in our Student Ambassadors Program, which is once again available for students this year!

We also have our Schools Officer, Robin Wood, who you will also be working with. They use he/him and they/them pronouns, and is currently studying law and international relations at Adelaide University. This is his third year with UN Youth.

We are so excited to work with you and your school community!

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