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New Zealand Schools

Learning Journeys specialises in EOTC for secondary students and we’ve worked with New Zealand and overseas schools for 14 years. Let us carry some of the load for you and plan, organise and facilitate your field trip. Choose from a range of Level 4 to 8 Science and Geography programmes and rediscover the meaning of spare time!

We make it easy for you to:

  • Build quality EOTC into your programmes.
  • Create increased interest in key curriculum areas.
  • Give your students an appreciation of real life applications.
  • Provide insight into further education and career possibilities.
  • Bring your students in contact with key players in your field.
  • Promote a sense of wonder at our amazing environment and engagement with the issues we face.
Biodiversity

Biodiversity


Get to know New Zealand’s endangered marine and bird life. 1 -3 days at Goat Island Marine Reserve and or Tiritiri Matangi Island

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Coastal Erosion

Coastal Erosion


A topical context to examine natural and cultural processes and their interaction. 1 day


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Extreme Natural Events - Flooding

Extreme Natural Events | Flooding


Analyse the impacts and management of New Zealand’s most common extreme natural event. One day

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Extreme Natural Events - Volcanoes

Extreme Natural Events | Volcanoes


The eruption of Mt. Tarawera in 1886 provides the opportunity to analyse the event and the human response. 1 day
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Forest Ecology

Forest ecology


Sub-tropical rainforest – our very own jungle. 1 day in upper North Island forest

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Geothermal Chemistry

Geothermal Chemistry


Real practical chemistry outside the classroom. 1 or 2 days in the Rotorua area

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Gold Mining

Gold-mining


An insight into gold-mining technologies past and present including environmental impact mitigation. 1 day

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Heritage Auckland, New Zealand

Heritage


A chance to explore and understand Auckland past, present and future for its younger residents. 1 day

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Marine Science, New Zealand

Marine Science


Understand the issues and challenges facing our marine environment -includes a day trip to Poor Knights Marine Reserve. 2 days
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Mud flat ecology, New Zealand

Mud flat ecology


Mud glorious mud…a rich and diverse ecosystem (1 day in the Auckland, Tauranga, Whakatane or Raglan areas)
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Natural Landscapes, New Zealand

Natural Landscapes


Tongariro National Park is a stunning location to investigate the interaction of volcanic, erosional and climatic processes. 2- 4 days
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Our young nation, New Zealand

Our young nation


Three days in Auckland and Northland to understand the historical development of our multicultural nation. 3 days
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Paper, New Zealand

Paper


A noisy, smelly but intriguing insight into industrial chemistry – Kawerau Paper Mill. 1 day
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Rangitoto Island, New Zealand

Rangitoto Island


A World Heritage volcano and recent wild-life reserve. Accessible and fascinating. 1 day
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Sustainable Energy, New Zealand

Sustainable Energy


A highly topical issue in the face of global warming – a day in the Waikato region
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Sustainable Use of an Environment

Sustainable Use of an Environment


With dairy farming NZ’s number one export earner there’s a compelling incentive for farmers to operate sustainably. 1 day.
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Tourism, New Zealand

Tourism


Examine spatial and temporal patterns in the development of one of New Zealand top income earners. 2 -3 days
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Urban Development, New Zealand

Urban Development


Auckland’s development, past and future, provides a case study to illustrate the link between quality of life and urban design. 1 day
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