Stage 4

Geography: Water in the World

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The Hawkesbury Nepean River has been a vital part of our landscape for many thousands of years. It played a key role in the lives of Indigenous Darug People living in the area, the early European Settlers, and is important to many thousands of people today. This Geographical Inquiry will focus on the environmental and human processes that influence the availability and distribution of water, with a particular focus on the Hawkesbury River at Sackville North. The program includes loads of fieldwork and mapping skills as well as pre- and post-excursion lessons and an assessment task.

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

Maximum student numbers: 8 classes (240 students)

DownloadsFlyer      Student Worksheet 3 Activities     Student Workbook 4 Activities     Risk Management

Geography: Landscapes and Landforms

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The Hawkesbury Nepean River is a central part of our landscape. This Geographical Inquiry focuses on the environmental and human processes that form and transform landscapes and landforms, with a particular focus on the Hawkesbury River at Sackville North. The program includes loads of fieldwork and mapping skills as well as pre- and post-excursion lessons and an assessment task.

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

Maximum student numbers: 8 classes (240 students)

DownloadsFlyer   Student Workbook  Risk Management

Science: Stage 4 & 5 – Ecology (Monitor Measures)

 Is the lace monitor under threat within the forest of Brewongle? Students will work scientifically to determine the ability of the forest to support a population of lace monitors. Utilise our wide range of field testing equipment. Read about previous excursions via our blog.

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

Maximum student numbers: 8 classes (240 students)

Downloads: Flyer    Risk Management     Student Booklet

 

 

 

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.