School Environment Program

With the sponsorship of a Private Conservation Land Grant from the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, we are offering educative tours to schools in the region. Students are guided around Wahroonga Estate, in full- or half-day excursions to witness environmental control measures and urban interface impact management in action.

With the sponsorship of a Private Conservation Land Grant from the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, we are offering educative tours to schools in the region. Students are guided around Wahroonga Estate, in full- or half-day excursions to witness environmental control measures and urban interface impact management in action.

 

We can offer resources for the following school syllabus units:

 

K-6 HSIE

Early Stage 1: Places We Know

Stage 1:           Wet and Dry Environments The Need for Shelter

Stage 2: Australia: You’re Standing in It British Colonisation of Australia

States and National Parks

Stage 3: Global Environments: Rainforests

7-12 Units

Geography, Aboriginal Studies, Science (especially Biology and Earth and Environmental Science)

 

Focus areas: Indigenous studies, bush regeneration and conservation, human social geography, biodiversity and rainforest ecology, climate.

 

We also offer training to HSC students studying the Board of Studies Primary Industries course and can act as a facility for workplace training. This course is based on the Certificate II qualification pathway and offers units of competences in the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation Land Management training package.