Welcome to TOM South Australia
Photographic images kindly given to TOM from Belinda Banks, Lyndee Leach, Lisa Firth, Aliesha Epps and Debbie Taylor.
Challenges released - Monday July 31st
Facilitator training sessions - East Adelaide Primary School (57/59 Second Ave, St Peters SA 5069, Australia)at 6pm. Tuesdays April 4th, June 6th and August 1st. Please register so we know to expect you. Please note change of venue.
Schools can now register. Paid registrations will be able to download challenges on Monday July 31st. Portal shuts for school nominations on the 6th August, and team nominations (student names, year levels and the chosen challenge) are due by Friday 11th August. All additional teams must be entered at this time too.
Tournament Day is Sunday September 10th at Flinders University.
APF - competiton day - 28th October, Flinders University, Adelaide.
Support materials: Facilitator Handbook, past challenges (available on usb) and 'TOM in a Box' - a great introduction for new schools and younger grades.
SA state Coodirector
SA APF Codirector
For all your SA APF enquiries.
Invoice and billing enquiries.
New judges always welcome.
For ordering badges and training resources.
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Student benefits from involvement in Tournament of Minds include:
- Gaining confidence to speak in front of others
- Being willing to speak up and share their ideas
- Understanding the value of the ideas of others
- Being able to take credit for creative ideas
- Being able to work under pressure
- Being able to give and evaluate ideas
Join our Facebook group for SA facilitators
And remember to look for and like Tournament of Minds SA - we're building a facebook page with general information for students, families and those new to TOM
Tournament of Minds - SA is run by a voluntary committtee and we thank Flinders University for their generosity and sponsorship in helping us to host this fabulous event. If you are interested in helping to sponsor us, we would be very interested in talking with you. New committee members are always welcome too.