Our ocean themed Primary School programs are linked to the Australian National Curriculum and delivered by enthusiastic, highly qualified Marine Educators. They provide an interactive hands-on experience with our live marine animals, bringing curriculum learning to life and inspiring children to take responsibility for the marine ecosystem. Programs may be tailored to suit requirement.
Baby Bamboo Shark, Fresh Water Turtle, Blue Linckia Seastars, Thorny Seastars, Tropical Sea Cucumber, Black Sea Cucumber, Sea Urchins
Fascinating marine artefacts, shark jaws, odd and interesting ocean shells, replica sea creatures, marine reference guides
FREE thorough supporting marine themed information – videos, activities, worksheets and more
Our conservation & pollution messages influence how students care for the marine environment in their daily lives.
Our online shark’s course includes engaging curriculum themed teaching resources and activities, designed to educate kids using an iconic and fascinating subject. Teachers may download a host of resources to support teaching or children can complete the course alone and be awarded an impressive, personalised certificate.
Themes include: Adaptation, Human Impact, Food Webs, Natural Selection, Classification & Habitats
Material: Themed shark videos, activities, worksheets, diagrams & infographics and quizzes.
Suits education year 2-7. Cost $20 – call us to discuss group discounts: 07 5443 8545
Our Interactive Marine Displays are great for larger events such as Science Week, School Fun Days and Under 8s Day. They enable larger volumes of students to ‘walk through’ and interact with the marine animals and include a short talk at the displays
Children explore a sandy beach or rocky foreshore guided by a professional marine educator
“Your professionalism, enthusiasm, vibrancy and love for what you do enabled the students to experience something different and special. The content and resources you brought along were most engaging and the students haven’t stopped talking about the special ocean creature… A superb and very worthwhile visit”.
St Joachim’s School, Holland Park