The AIM High outreach program provides a number of experiences for primary schools.

Primary school experiences

The AIM High outreach program provides a number of experiences for primary schools.


Careers Through Reading

Students participate in the Careers Through Reading programCareers Through Reading program seeks to provide a connection between University students and primary school students around the theme of tertiary education and professional careers.

Over a five week period, University students read books about careers related to the degrees they are studying to Year 5 students.

On the final session, each student receives a copy of HOPE, a children's book written by a member of the AIM High team. A Unit of Work for teachers is available on the HOPE website.


Discover University Day

Students at the first Central Coast Discover University DayDiscover University Day allows Year 6 students and family members to explore the Callaghan and Ourimbah campus and interact with staff and students. Students participate in a 'day-in-the-life' of a university student, including a lecture, a tutorial, library session, SMART show and campus scamper.

Participation numbers for 2014 have exceeded 2013 figures with a number of program deliveries still to go before the end of the year.