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Kamay Botany Bay Environmental Education Centre

Kamay Botany Bay Environmental Education Centre

Leading Living Learning

Telephone02 9668 9889 / 0477 742 284

Emailkamaybotany-e.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Primary

Excursion programs for primary students

To make a booking use the online booking form . EEC staff will contact you to confirm further details.

For more information download our primary program flyer 

Primary programs for Stage 1 - Years 1 and 2

This topic provides a study of local history.

The past in the present

Gain an understanding how this site was used in the past by Aboriginal people and the people who first started farming here in the 1800s.
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Students investigate the natural and human features of places

Features of places

Visit Kamay Botany Bay National Park investigating the features of this unique place. Discover the amazing natural and human features of the Kurnell peninsular.
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Primary programs for Stage 2 - Years 3 and 4

This topic introduces world history and the movement peoples

First contacts

Explore the original landing site where James Cook landed in 1770 at Kurnell. Students will consider the traditional use of the land by the Aboriginal people and the meeting of two cultures in 1770.
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Students learning

Community and remembrance

Students consider the traditional use of the land by Aboriginal people, visit monuments within the National Park and complete their lessons at the farm.
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Places are similar and different

Places are similar & different

Immerse your students in the the rich biodiversity of the Kamay Botany Bay bushland and beach habitats.
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The Earth's environment National Park

The Earth's environment

This exciting excursion sees students immersed in the rich biodiversity of the Kamay Botany Bay National Park bushland and beach habitats.
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Primary programs for Stage 3 - Years 5 and 6

Factors that shape

Factors that shape places

Using the geographical inquiry process students investigate the uniquely picturesque Kamay Botany Bay bushland and beach environments, investigating the features, human influences and natural values.
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