Classes 1, 11, 17 and 25 visited Flinders University on March 29. The students participated in a workshop about education where the students formed opinions about youth issues such as the legal drinking age in Australia. In the medical science workshop, some students volunteered to participate in a role play between doctors, scientists and patients to investigate the symptoms of a disease. Animal fossils were presented to the students in the paleontology workshop which had students guessing which animal the fossil belonged to. The students enjoyed the chance to chat with some university students about their courses and career choices and find out more about university life.