As part of the Stage 2, History program, we have arranged for the students of Year 3 to attend an excursion to the Western Sydney Parklands. From ANZAC Day & Remembrance Day, to Christmas & Chinese New Year and many more, students will be given the opportunity to learn how and why people choose to remember significant events. Over a full day of fun activities students will identify global celebrations and commemorations and describe the origins of these celebrations.The excursion is designed to meet the NSW Syllabus outcomes and will be conducted by Ranger Jamie. Ranger Jamie is passionate about creating a new kind of educational experience for students. A former National Parks Ranger, he holds a degree in Environmental Science and Marine Biology.Please see below for the details:
WHEN: Tuesday 19th of June 2018
WHERE: Western Sydney Parklands
TIME: Leaving school at 9:30am and returning at approximately 2:30pm
UNIFORM: Students are required to wear their winter sports uniform, including their hat.
WHAT TO BRING: Recess, lunch and a bottle of water in a small backpack. There will be no opportunity for students to buy food, so please do not send any money with your child on the day.
COST: Included in the school fees.
Please complete the permission form by Tuesday 12th June.
By completing this form you will be taken to have consented to your child’s participation in this excursion.
AECEDE Parent Information Letter