=> As always the Powerhouse and Sydney Observatory lead the pack with a range of fabulous school holiday courses. The newer ones on space and on connecting Scratch to the real world look especially good. I can’t recommend these activities highly enough. They’re also one of the few places to offer courses designed to appeal to kids into the mid-teens.
=>The always popular Fizzics Education programmes are on all over the place including Centennial Park, Sydney Olympic Park and a range of vacation care venues.
=> Professor Plums is running science and robotics workshops on the North Shore during the holidays.
=> The Australian Museum is running a range of holiday activities, including Scientist for a Day. This time there’s a focus on dinosaurs and geology.
=> AIE has workshops for teenagers on animation and game design.
=> Codecamp is running its various coding workshops centered around creating an app – in a range from beginner to experienced. Codecamp has spread from the Eastern suburbs and is now running courses all over the place.
=> The Sydney Programming School have courses for Year 2-4 students running at the Mosman Art Gallery.
=> TechScience has courses in Manly on coding, robotics, electronics, 3D-printing and more good stuff.
=> Code it Yourself has camps at a couple of places around Sydney (scroll down a lot to find the current ones – really poor website).
=> There are RoboCamps out at Macquarie University run by First Australia.
=> PIEX is running courses at Dural, Olympic Park, and UTS involving problem solving and STEM.
=> Think Club Australia has workshops in October at Sydney Boys High.
As always, if you know of anything I’ve missed anything feel free to let me know.