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People Live In Places with Ranger Jamie (Kindergarten) – Schools

On this exciting, hands-on day bursting with fun games and activities, students will enjoy investigating the importance of different places to people and living things.

Students discuss the places they live in and examine varying environments including wetlands, water lagoons, bushland and beaches.

With a variety of engaging activities focusing on the importance of looking after different environments, students discover the importance and varying connections of special places for different people.

Every student will be eagerly participating and enthusiastically involved in this exciting and memorable day!

Highlights & Inclusions

This program is offered at TWO locations.

BONNIE VALE, ROYAL NATIONAL PARK

  • The day kicks off with a meet and greet with our enthusiastic Rangers before enjoying an interactive and engaging presentation.
  • Students are divided into their groups of approximately 30 students and are allocated a Ranger guide for each activity.
  • Students participate in Dip Net Fishing.
  • Students participate in Crab-catching.
  • Students participate in Bug Catching.
  • Students participate in Beach Animal Habitats.
  • Full Day Excursion (4 Hours) 10am – 2pm
  • Up to date Working with Children Check, Risk Assessment and Certificate of Currency provided.

CLIFTON GARDENS, MOSSMAN

  • The day kicks off with a meet and greet with our enthusiastic Rangers before enjoying an interactive and engaging presentation.
  • Students are divided into their groups of approximately 30 students and are allocated a Ranger guide for each activity.
  • Students participate in Waterworks.
  • Students participate in Beach Animal Habitats.
  • Students participate in Bug Catching.
  • Students participate in People Live in Places Olympics.
  • Full Day Excursion (4 Hours) 10am – 2pm
  • Up to date Working with Children Check, Risk Assessment and Certificate of Currency provided.

Curriculum & Syllabuses (Kindergarten)

Syllabus Outcomes Addressed:

  • GEe-1 identifies places and develops an understanding of the importance of places to people
  • GEe-2 communicates geographical information and uses geographical tools
  • PDe-10 uses interpersonal skills to effectively interact with others
  • STe-3LW-ST explores the characteristics, needs and uses of living things

Syllabus Content Focus:
Important Places

Students:

  • investigate the importance of places they live in and belong to, for example: (ACHGK002, ACHGK004)
  • identification of places they live in and belong to
  • discussion of why places are special and how people care for them
  • explanation of why people need to take care of places

 Key Inquiry Questions:

  • What are places like?
  • What makes a place special?
  • How can we look after the places we live in?

Facilitator Profile

At school, Jamie always had to study harder than the average student. He was a visual learner who struggled concentrating when learning from whiteboards and textbooks in the conventional classroom. Jamie found practical and hands-on experiences beyond the classroom environment more engaging and valuable for his learning style. This sparked his dream to create an educational tour company where students could excel in an outdoor environment, learning through quality, hands-on and engaging experiences in practical real-life settings.

Jamie studied a Bachelor of Environmental Science/Marine Biology at the University of Technology Sydney. Following graduation, he went on to work as a National Parks Ranger where he gained extensive knowledge and experience.

Jamie later realised that education was his calling, and began Ranger Jamie Tours in the hope that he could revolutionise the school excursion industry. His goal was to create and tailor school excursion programs to cater for all students. Jamie strived to recruit a dedicated and enthusiastic team who believed in delivering engaging, hands-on, quality experiences for all students. With a focus on environmental science, Australian flora and fauna, Australian history, ecosystems and sustainability, he hopes to inspire the next generation towards an environmentally aware and sustainable future.

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