Stage 6

Year 11 Biology – A Local Ecosystem field study – Quoll Quandary

DSC_0102 (640x424)We offer a themed field study where students assess the suitability of a section of forest as habitat for the spotted tailed quoll. This rich excursion explores the connection between field testing and a threatened species. Students will utilise our wide range of field tests and think like land managers to assess our local forest. Read about previous excursions via our blog.

Downloads:   Flyer    Risk Management   Worksheet     Pre and Post Visit Tasks for A Local Ecosystem – Stage 6     Program & Syllabus Links

Year 11 Geography, Senior Science & Earth and Environmental Science – Checking the Pulse of Hawkesbury River

DSC_0297 (640x424)“Checking the Pulse of the Hawkesbury River” is a United Nations University endorsed partnership between Brewongle and the University of Western Sydney to monitor water quality and algal diversity. Your students will be river ecologists for a day and discover field methods used to assess river health. With University experts, state of the art equipment and the fabulous river these days fill up quickly!

Read about previous excursions via our blog.

Downloads:         Flyer  Risk Management   Worksheet     Pre and Post Visit Tasks

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Year 11 Senior Science – A Local Environment Field Study – Quoll Quandary

dsc_0108We offer a themed field study where students assess the suitability of a section of forest as habitat for the spotted tailed quoll. This rich excursion explores the connection between field testing and a threatened species. Students will utilise our wide range of field tests and fauna study equipment to think like land managers and assess our local forest.

Read about previous excursions via our blog.

Downloads:  Flyer Risk Management   Worksheet  Pre and Post visit tasks

Year 11 Earth and Environment Science – Field Study, Soils and the Local Environment

DSC_0005 (640x424)Utilising a natural gradient from the river to the ridgetop, students will explore the relationship between soil and vegetation types here at Brewongle. This hands on program will provide students with experience in field study techniques around soil.

Read about previous excursions via our blog.

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Year 12 Earth and Environmental Science: Caring for the Country – Soil as a resource

Agriculture field workThis field study is conducted on site at Swallow Reach Organics Agricultural Enterprise farm at Ebenezer. This will provide Year 12 students with deep insights into sustainable farming techniques and soil characteristics.

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