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Check out the latest and greatest updates to the Phillip Island Nature Parks and what's on offer from our Education team!  

 

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Digital Programming and Resources

Whether you are a local, interstate, international, or a distance education class, we invite your students to a curriculum linked environmental learning experience.

Our Education Rangers can provide flexible delivery formats including live video interactions as well as a range of digital resources to support student engagement and learning.

Follow the link to learn more!

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A Ranger's Guide to Exploring the Rocky Shores of Phillip Island

Exploring our rockpools can be like opening the door to an entirely new world. A world of beauty and wonder, with creatures whose abilities we could only dream of. With this guide we invite you to come along on a journey of discovery on Phillip Island’s rocky shores. The guide is designed to help you identify the most common rockpool finds on our rocky platforms.

 

A Ranger's Guide to Exploring the Rocky Shores of Phillip Island

   
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Turn the Tide

The Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Education and Interpretation team are delighted to have the opportunity to offer a free of charge program titled “Turn the Tide” to year 5 to 9 students in 2019. The program has been offered through generous support by the Victorian Department of Education and Training.

Program Highlights:

  • Free transport to and from Phillip Island 
  • Two incursions at your school by Nature Parks’ Education Rangers
  • Linked to Victorian Curriculum outcomes
  • Teaching and learning resources included

 Check out the full program here!

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Young Esteamed Scientists

Young Esteamed Scientists aims to build STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) skills in young learners with hands on, real-world situations at Phillip Island.
Program Highlights:

  • Teaching and learning resources included
  • Supported by Nature Parks’ Education Rangers
  • Linked to Victorian Curriculum outcomes
  • Transport to and from Phillip Island included

Check out the full program here!