A weekly NSW curriculum-based nature education program covering literacy, numeracy, geography, arts and science for children of school age that may not be attending regular school or who are home schooled.
Taught by our experienced educators in our bush classroom and surrounding Centennial Parklands, Bush School integrates Nature Play and the school curriculum. With engaging activities centred around a weekly theme, kids will develop an awareness of nature and its systems and gain cultural understanding with fun play and learning outcomes for the geography, science and English syllabus.
Learn more about the importance of children’s nature play by watching our Bush School video here
During Term 3, we will be covering the following themes:
- Sit Spotting and Nature Journals
- Tracking the Seasons
- Fire Making
- Whittling and Wood Craft
- Weaving with Natural Fibres
- Sensory Experiences
Please note that educators might change during the term.
Weather notes: Bush School is an outdoor program and will take place in all-weather except for high winds. Participants (adults and children) are expected to dress for the outdoors, including bringing wet weather gear, a hat, sturdy enclosed shoes and waterproof footwear when required.
Special notes: Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Age: 5-12 years
Meeting point: The WILD PLAY Discovery Centre
Times: 1.00pm - 3.00pm
Dates: Every Monday between 12 July and 13 September 2021.
Please check our Covid-19 Safety Plan before booking.
Attending our programs requires check-in via the Services NSW COVID-19 tracing app.
Please do attend our programs if:
- You show any COVID-19 symptoms or feel unwell.
- You have travelled overseas or to a COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days
- Your have been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days
- You had a positive COVID-19 test result within in the last 4 months.
We will refund your tickets if you or your child show any symptoms related to COVID-19.
Terms and conditions
Covid-19 Safety Plan