Stage 3

NEW History: The Australian Colonies – Riverboy

1878 Classroom 3 (640x426)Brewongle EEC is situated at the former North Sackville Public School which was built in 1878, towards the end of the Australian Colonial period. This historical inquiry focuses on the nature of everyday life on the Hawkesbury River post-1800 colonial settlements, and how the environment has changed during this period.  The program includes pre- and post-excursion lessons.

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 3 classes (90 students)

Downloads: Flyer   Unit Program  Student Workbook    Risk Management

 

 

Geography: A Diverse & Connected World – Oral Mapping

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Experience a day of connecting to Country through oral mapping, a unique geographical skill that has been handed down from generation to generation in many Indigenous cultures, including the local Darug culture.

As our world becomes more globalised, students need to understand connections both to the local and global environments.  This excursion can stand alone to connect students to Country or be embedded in a complete 10 Week Diverse & Connected World Unit of Work comparing and contrasting local Aboriginal ways of being, knowing and doing with the ways of other Indigenous cultures in the Asia Pacific rim.

This excursion is based around the Inquiry Question:

How do Indigenous Australian connections to place influence and affect perceptions of Country?

DoE Schools: $15/student       Non-DoE Schools: $20/student   (prices include cost of Darug Educator)

Maximum student numbers: 6 classes (180 students)

Flyer    Unit of Work     Excursion program  Pre-visit lesson  Post-visit lesson  Risk Management

 

 

 

 

Geography: Factors That Shape Places

mapreport875204572776939246As urban Sydney sprawls in all directions, the Northwest is dramatically changing. This Geographical Inquiry focuses on the connections between people and nature at Brewongle EEC and the surrounds of Sackville North and the Hawkesbury River. The program covers the Factors That Shape Places unit in its entirety, with pre- and post-visit lessons and assessments. This program can also be extended to a 3 day excursion.

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 6 classes (180 students)

Downloads: Flyer   Unit Program   Student Worksheet    Assessment Rubric  Pre- and Post-Visit Webpage  Risk Management

 

 

NEW Geography: Factors That Shape Places – The Blacktown Fishing Bat

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As urban Sydney sprawls in all directions, the Blacktown Local Government Area is changing dramatically. This Geographical Inquiry will focus on the connections between people and nature at Blacktown Showground and its surrounds. Could the Fishing Bats return?

View the teaching program and student worksheet for more information.

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 6 classes (180 students)

Downloads:    Flyer   Teaching Program    Student Worksheet   Risk Management

 

 

Geography & SciTech: Adaptations to Bushfire
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Some plants are more resilient to bushfire than others and in fact, need fire to survive and thrive. Through this excursion and unit of work, students learn to identify local native plants and focus on a number of plant adaptations that make them more resilient to bushfire.

This program supports student learning in the Geography Factors That Shape Places unit and Science and Technology Living World.  

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 3 classes (90 students)

Downloads: Flyer     Program     Risk Management   Pre- and Post-Excursion Lessons

 

 

 

History: Aboriginal Education

­Aboriginal FlagThe Darug people have occupied the Western Sydney region for more than 22,000 years. Darug culture is connected to the country, people and to the spirituality of the land. With the eucalypt forest as the setting students will learn about the importance of Country and Place to the Darug nation, they will also discover their tools, food, culture, art and music. Read about previous excursions via our blog.

DoE Schools: $15/student       Non-DoE Schools: $20/student      (price includes the cost of an Aboriginal Educator)

Maximum student numbers: 3 classes (90 students)

Downloads: Flyer    Program – New Syllabus, Resources     Risk Management

 

 

Science and Technology: Eco Mystery – ‘The Tawny Tragedy’

IMG_1768A scientific investigation and mystery all rolled into one.

Brewongle needs a CSI team! A terrible crime has been committed and you have been assigned as the chief investigator. Students are presented with information regarding the mysterious death of a Tawny Frogmouth. They must conduct a thorough investigation into the three essential components for life – water, food and shelter. Read about previous excursions via our blog.

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 6 classes (180 students)

Downloads:   Flyer   Student Worksheet  Pre-Visit and Post-Visit Activities   Risk Management   

 

 

Incursion – Creative Arts & Science: PhotoVoice

DSC_0211Use your lens to make a statement! This innovative, technology driven and creative incursion will engage your students to tell a story about the environment around them using iPad’s and photography. They will discover the skills needed to take a quality photograph and tell a visual story. Edit your PhotoVoice and share to watch it go viral!

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 6 classes per day

Downloads:   Flyer      Risk Management

 

 

Incursion – Creative Arts: ART – environment – sustainability

Filming ipadsView the environment through the eyes of an artist! This hands on workshop conducted at your school will engage your students in art skills like printing, paper making, 3D installations and photography.

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

Maximum student numbers: 4 classes per day

Downloads:     Flyer          Risk Management 

Incursion – Science & Technology: Biodiversity

5Your students become Schoolyard Entomologists and learn how to increase biodiversity at school! This program will creatively engage students when they find a folder belonging to Entomologist Dr Bernie Bracken in their classroom.

DoE Schools: $10/student       Non-DoE Schools: $15/student

Maximum student numbers: 6 classes per day

Downloads: Flyer   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.