Stage 2 Year 3-4
Explore the themes of inclusion and respectful relationships on this engaging and hands-on excursion at Symbio Wildlife Park. Through interactive presentations with animals and two guided walks through various animal enclosures, students will observe and analyse the effects of actions that enhance or disrupt relationships using animals to highlight these themes. Let us address the issue of bullying in a non-threatening and interactive way, while promoting and highlighting the importance of respectful relationships for all living things. On this excursion, students will learn the importance of being inclusive and discover how their own uniqueness shapes who they are. Students will discuss how empathy, inclusion and respect are important in their relationships and how their own actions can impact themselves and others. Let us provide your students with a memorable and engaging learning experience with a fresh, new perspective of these important and universal issues.
Searching for a hassle-free plan for your end of year celebration? Well, pack your swimmers and look no further than this “fun in the sun” program! Symbio Wildlife Park will get your students up close to the animals before cooling down in Symbio’s very own SPLASH PARK! Cuddle possums, pat pythons and feed wallabies on a picnic day your students will never forget! Run entirely by our experienced Rangers, we’ll coordinate the entire day of fun and excitement for your students.
Your students will never get a better close-up look at living things and life cycles than through a visit to Symbio Wildlife Park! Students will have the opportunity to investigate first-hand how living things have life cycles, and how they are identified and grouped based on their observable features. Our experienced Rangers will guide a walk through the exotic and native flora and fauna, giving the students the chance to learn how scientific observations help people understand the effect their actions have on the environment, and how we can care for our environment to ensure the survival of living things.
Surround your students with the wildlife and amazing scenery Symbio Wildlife Park has to offer!
Through observing the habitats, climates and animals, students can examine close-up how important natural vegetation and the earth’s resources are to the environment, animals and people. They will learn about the ways environments are used by people of different backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isander Peoples, and how we can work together so sustain and preserve our earth’s precious resources.