Signed permission on Tiqbiz is required for this excursion. Please visit the appropriate news-feed for your child’s home-room to complete it.
Our inquiry topic this semester is Australian History with a specific focus this term on Indigenous Australia. On this excursion students will take part in a program called ‘A Shared Journey’ where they will discover the importance of the environment to the Koolin people and how plants were used for food, fibre, medicine and tools. Experiences include a discovery walk, examining artefacts, ochre art and plant food tasting.
Cranbourne Royal Botanic Gardens education experiences are led by qualified teachers. They provide face-to-face engagement through stories and hands-on experience, and reveal the rich sensory environment of the gardens.
This is part of the school curriculum and it is expected that your child will participate.
Date: Monday 15 June 2015
Preps will be departing school at 9.15am and taking part in ‘A Shared Country’ program from 10.15am – 12.00pm.
Grade Ones will be departing school at 10.15am and taking part in ‘A Shared Country’ program from 12.30pm – 2.15pm.
Food: Students are to bring a packed snack and lunch in separate clearly labelled plastic bags. Students should also bring a disposable bottle of water.
Uniform: School uniform is required including sturdy shoes/sneakers and a raincoat.
Volunteers: If you would like to come along, please provide yor working with children’s check and your child’s homegroup teacher will get back to you.
As the cost of school excursions are calculated on the number of students attending the transportation portion of excursions cannot be refunded if a child is unable to attend.