Visit the EEC

Group of children participating in a discussion.A visit to the Electoral Education Centre (EEC) is a free service and provides an exciting opportunity for students to get out of the classroom into a fun and engaging learning environment guided by experienced educators and electoral experts.

With prior arrangement, presentations can be tailored to suit your needs. 

Visitors to the EEC will enjoy an entertaining video presentation and participate in a mock election. 

The main focus of the Electoral Education Center (EEC) is the electoral systems across the three levels of government - Federal, State and Local, with particular attention given to the preferential system of voting. 

The program is designed to reflect curriculum requirements and help teachers achieve necessary outcomes in Active Citizenship and Natural and Social Systems learning areas. The presentation is suited to:

  • upper primary school students 
  • lower secondary school students 
  • Politics and Legal studies students (years 11-12) 
  • student teachers 
  • Non-English-speaking background students 
  • community groups 

Visits to the EEC can be complemented by visits to nearby Parliament House and the Constitution Centre of Western Australia within the 'Democracy Precinct' - referred to as a three-way rotation. 

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Can’t make it to the EEC? The EEC can visit your school or provide you with the teaching resources you need to bring the EEC to your classroom.

Last Updated: 18 March, 2024 - 12:40pm