Walk on Country (Stage 1,2,3 Geography & Science)
Learn about the natural environment and how it has been used by Australia’s First Nations Peoples from generation to generation. Discover how plants and natural materials are used by Aboriginal people for various purposes. Gain an insight into how Aboriginal people source natural materials from their surroundings and have utilised these to adapt to the changing Australian climate for thousands of years.
This program is run by our service provider Deadly Ed. Bookings are subject to availability.
- Native plant hunt
- Tools & weapons demo's
- Traditional Indigenous games
Book your Aboriginal School Excursion via the Book Now button.
Focus Syllabus Outcomes
Stage 1 Geography
Describes features of places and the connections people have with places (GE1-1)
Stage 3 Science
Stage 3 Geography
- Observe and describe the structural features of some native Australian animals and plants (ST3-10LW)
- Describe how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples use observations of the night sky to inform decisions about some everyday activities, e.g. food gathering and ceremonies (ST3-8ES)
- Describes how the properties of materials determine their use for specific purposes (ST3-13MW)
The Australian Curriculum:
Science - Year 3
- Describes the diverse features and characteristics of places and environments (GE3-1)
- Explains interactions and connections between people, places and environments (GE3-2)
Science - Year 4
- Use and influence of science: Science knowledge helps people to understand the effect of their actions (ACSHE051)
Human Society and Social Sciences - Year 3 & 4
- Science understanding: Living things have life cycles (ACSSU072)
- Science understanding: Living things depend on each other and the environment to survive (ACSSU073)
- Inquiry and skills: Pose questions to investigate people, events, places and issues (ACHASS1052)
- Inquiry and skills: Examine information to identify different points of view and distringuish facts from options (ACHASS1056)
The Education Access Pass Program
covers all program and transport costs for schools with an FOEI higher than 125 and community organisations that work with groups in need.
Please contact us
directly with the name of the program and your group size and we can help you organise a free program.
This program is funded through the Legacy Fund of the Centennial Parklands Foundation