Hosted by expert educators, your students will deepen their understanding of the importance of water in our lives and the systems in place for it to flow through our taps, rivers and oceans. Students will take an in-depth dive into the water cycle and its human connection, investigate the issues that face water conservation, and explore potential solutions.
Through this interactive incursion your students will:
Years 3 – 10
understand the value and state of freshwater resources in the world
identify the differences and issues behind natural & urban water cycles
learn about sustainable urban water solutions like Water Sensitive Urban Design and water recycling
investigate surface and groundwater problems and potential solutions
You’ll receive a school teacher guide, including instructions for optional activities to do before and after the CERES incursion to get your students thinking, discussing and actively contributing to a world that is environmentally sustainable for all living creatures.
Use the activities in the Teaching Guide below to spark students’ curiosity before our visit and add value to your experience with CERES. It’s also designed to deepen students’ learning back at school.
Years 3 to 6 Teaching Guide * coming soon
Years 7 to 10 Teaching Guide * coming soon
Watch the following video to understand what CERES is all about and to get you and your students excited about our visit!