Matrix Events

Year 6 – 9 High School Success Secrets Seminar Day

, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

A seminar series for parents and students who want to plan for success in high school and the HSC

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Duration

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Cost

FREE

Location

Level 2, 8 Woodville Street
Hurstville, NSW

How can I help my child for success in high school and the HSC?

Build a solid foundation

Want to know the secrets to high school success? Our experienced team of HSC Experts and successful Matrix graduates reveal effective study habits and routines.

 

Seminar Schedule

Maths Seminar - For Year 6, 7, 8 & 9 Parents & Students

The Matrix Way to Acing Maths


Matrix Head of Maths Mr Oak Ukritnukan explains how Matrix equips students to become confident Mathematicians.

  • The Building Blocks – is junior Maths really important?
  • Learn how to develop effective strategies to study Maths
  • How to support your child’s learning progress in Maths
  • Should I accelerate my child in Maths?
  • Should my child study the most advanced Maths in senior years?

Session Times

  • Session 1 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Session 2 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • Session 3 2:30pm – 3:30pm

English Seminar - For Year 6, 7, 8 & 9 Parents & Students

All About English and How To Excel


Science Seminar - For Year 6, 7, 8 & 9 Parents & Students

Everything You Need To Ace Junior Science


Year 9 Subject Selection - For Year 8 & 9 Parents & Students

Work Experience and Career Panel


Study Seminar - For Year 6, 7, 8 & 9 Parents & Students

How to Build Effective Study Habits


Meet our subject matter experts

 

Mr Oak Ukritnukun

BEng(Hons) PhDc

Oak Ukritnukum is the Head of Maths at Matrix Education. Whilst undertaking his honours year and PhD research, he taught and tutored undergraduate engineering, mechanics and advanced level subjects at the UNSW. Oak is the recipient of numerous awards including the UNSW Research Excellence Award and the Royal Warwick Slade Award. Oak has been teaching at Matrix Education since 2014.

Dr Peta Greenfield

BAncHist(Hons) PhD GradDipEd

Dr Peta Greenfield is the head of English at Matrix Education. She graduated from University of Sydney with a PhD in Classics and Ancient History. Peta has had over seven years of teaching and is the primary author and editor of Matrix English Resources.

Dr Alex Argyros

BAdvSc(Hons) PhD

Dr Alex Argyros is the Head of Science at Matrix Education and has over ten years of teaching experience at a secondary and tertiary level as well as working in the supervision of Honors and PhD students at the University of Sydney. Alex is a 2013 NSW Award Winner of the prestigious Tall Poppy Award in recognition of his research in Photonics.

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Can anyone attend this event?

The event is for all Year 6 to 9 students and their parents who want to learn how to prepare their child for high school success.

Can I bring friends along to this event?

Of course! Make sure you register a ticket for each person attending this event.

Is it really free to attend?

Yes it is! Spaces are strictly limited so make sure you secure your ticket.

Does this event run in other locations?

This event is held at the Hurstville Matrix Campus which is a 2 minute walk from Hurstville Train Station.

What if I want to attend two seminars taking place at the same time?

Many of our seminars will run morning and afternoon sessions so that you don’t miss out. Just plan your day carefully and book in for the correct session.

We’re just a 2 minute stroll from Hurstville Station

Level 2, Woodville Street Hurstville

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