Science Trip ideas
Try out these well tested programmes, which are already annual features on the calendar for dozens of New Zealand schools. Offer your students some fantastic EOTC to consolidate classroom learning, develop field skills, provide opportunities for assessment, insight into career and study opportunities or simply an experience to "switch them on" to your subject
Biodiversity: Conserve and Reserve
A one to four day programme to switch your Year 12 and 13 students on to the thrills of Biology as well as giving them an insight into career and study options. This is our single most popular programme...
Tongariro National Park
A two to four day programme for years 12 and 13. This works very well for mixed groups of science and geography students.
Mud, Glorious Mud
A day of activities and surveys to help Year 7 to 13 students appreciate the richness and complexity of mudflat ecosystems.
A programme for years 7 to 13 promoting understanding of bush ecology, management of endangered species and their fascinating ecological niches.
This is a biological jewel as well as a fascinating venue geologically. It’s easy to fill a whole day. Year Levels 7 to 13.
Precious as Gold
Occurence, extraction and use of gold: a one day programme for years 10 and 11.
A rare opportunity for year 12 and 13 chemistry students to use practical chemical techniques outside the classroom.
Paper Making: the 21st Century
This programme, for year 10 to 13 students, focuses on environmental impact minimisation as well as the paper-making process.
Energy transformations and efficiencies for years 9 to 11.
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