The Sheldon LINQ Academy Incursions and Excursions

for International Students are full day workshops

Designed for students of all ages to ignite curiosity and spark creativity and innovation. Preparing future-ready students by empowering learners with the knowledge, skills and dispositions. Workshops include:
Are the programs for groups or individuals? 

These programs can be tailored for Primary and High-School age students. Groups of students must be from the same school and must be accompanied by a support teacher or agent. The support staff will be responsible for the behaviour of students during the program.

Do schools need to be engaged in a study tour at Sheldon College to participate?

No, international schools that are being hosted by other local Queensland schools can also book a Sheldon LINQ Academy excursion as part of their Queensland educational experience. 

Duration of the program? 

Programs are designed as a single, full day excursion. 

Start time- 9:00am, Finish time- 3:00pm. 

Transport to and from the venue? 

The Academy Programs are full day educational excursions. Individual tour groups can provide their own transport to and from the venue, or alternatively this can be arranged for an additional cost.

Group size? 

Minimum numbers are 10 students. Maximum numbers are 30 students for 1 program. 

For tour groups with more than 30 students, tour organisers could select two programs e.g. the Robotics Program and Mixed Reality Program which means 50 students are still able to participate. This program may be run at the same time on the same day, subject to availability. 

Alternatively, the same program e.g. Robotics, can be booked for two different groups but on different days, subject to availability.


The Sheldon LINQ Academy, Sheldon College, 43- 77 Taylor Road, Sheldon, QLD, 4157

Catering Options:

Students can provide own morning tea and lunch, or catering can be provided for an additional cost. 

Contact Us: 
Email: [email protected]  or   Phone: 07 3206 5595

"Preparing international students to become full participants in mainstream classes with pedagogies for future skill sets and customised learning solutions."

Mrs Vanessa Noonan - Dean ‑ LINQ Academy - Head of Digital Pedagogy and Innovation