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SPARK POP Proudly Sponsors the Sydney Education Expo

Sydney Education Expo Sunday 7 April

We are excited to announce that SPARK POP is a proud foundation sponsor of the inaugural Sydney Education Expo, taking place on Sunday, April 7th.

This brand-new event created by Sydney Primary School Educator and mother of 2, is designed to bring families and educators together. The expo will give attendees the opportunity to explore a diverse array of educational products, services, and innovations all under one roof.

Join us at the Castle Hill RSL from 10am to 4pm for a day filled with invaluable resources and insights to support your child’s educational journey.

Whether you’re seeking expert advice, discovering new learning tools, or connecting with like-minded individuals, the Sydney Education Expo promises to be an enriching experience for all.

Best of all, admission to this family-friendly event is free! Secure your tickets today and empower your child’s educational success.

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