Years 3 & 4

Natural Links

Beetle at our Sustainability Education CentreCheltenham Sustainability Education Centre

Planet Earth is a complex environment that relies on delicate links and sophisticated relationships between living and non-living elements. Classify natural objects and organisms while exploring the interconnectedness and importance of a balanced environment. Learn about human impacts and create actions for your school to support positive change.

Don’t Waste the Water Cycle

Beetle at our Sustainability Education CentreCheltenham Sustainability Education Centre

Details coming shortly!

Everything Beachy

Ricketts Point Sea StarRicketts Point Marine Sanctuary

Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary provides an opportunity for students to identify the living and non-living components of habitats and discover how organisms rely on each other and their physical surroundings to survive.  By exploring the foreshore and intertidal zone, students experience how scientists use common features to classify living things into scientific groups. Educators introduce the concept of food webs through a group activity and highlight how human activities can affect feeding relationships.  Students will devise positive actions that contribute to more sustainable patterns of living and help to protect our fragile marine ecosystems.

Forest Discovery 

Toolangi State ForestToolangi State Forest

Forests are a very important part of our world. Discover the forest environment’s tall trees, soft ferns, mountain creeks, and prickly plants! Use all your senses to find signs of the wildlife that live in the forests. Learn what makes a healthy forest habitat, discover the different ways that people use forests and how we can ensure the sustainability of forests for the future.