Early Stage 1

Geography: People Live in Places – Eddy the Darug Boy

getfileattachment Nature is important for many reasons, both to people and to wildlife. This Geographical Inquiry uses the story of ‘Eddy the Darug Boy’ to focus students on the spaces and places around Brewongle. It helps them understand why these spaces are important and how we can look after them. The program includes Geographical Tools such as Maps and Fieldwork, with post-visit lessons and assessments.

DoE Schools: $15/student       Non-DoE Schools: $20/student

Maximum student numbers: 3 classes

Downloads:   Flyer     Unit Program      Risk Management   Pre- and Post-Excursion Page

 

NEW Science & Technology: Living World – A Day in the Life of a Darug Kid

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Through this scientific inquiry with a difference, students will gain a deep understanding of the value of nature and the vital role it plays/played in Darug people’s lives. This program supplements learning across both content strands of the Living World unit. It explicitly incorporates Aboriginal culture, with a focus on local Darug Country and culture.

DoE Schools: $15/student       Non-DoE Schools: $20/student

Maximum student numbers: 3 classes

Downloads:   Flyer    Teaching Program     Risk Management

 

 

A note on our prices: As a NSW Department of Education school, we are subsidised to offer discounted rates to DoE students. 

Minimum student numbers apply for all excursions and incursions. Please contact us if you have a small group of students. 

 

 

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