|Field Trips Back On! |
Great news! Auseco field trips are back on! We are so excited with the announcement by the NSW DoE “Day field trips to outdoor locations with no physical distancing requirements can take place”. It’s time to book your class in. Whether it’s the bushland, rainforest, mangroves, sand dunes or rock platform, Auseco’s sites are well equipped to maintain physical distancing measures and offer an engaging outdoor learning experience. Contact us for more details or to book!
AUSECO has developed virtual excursions for some of our Stage 4, 5 and 6 Science and Geography programs, with more on the way! In these uncertain times we are working to adapt to the new situation and hope you will support our efforts and find it helpful for your students in completing their assessments tasks.
Check out our 'Virtual Excursions' page for a list of excursions currently offered, further details on what's included, booking information, and access to video previews of our programs.
To book a Virtual Excursion, download a booking form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to discuss further please call us on (02) 9970 6456.
2020 bookings are now open! Schools have started to book their excursions. Don't miss out on your preferred date by booking early.
Important! If you are planning to book a Long Reef or Botany Bay excursion we have limited low tide dates.
We have a new site available at Cattai National Park! This is an ideal site for schools located in the north-west metropolitan area of Sydney and The Blue Mountains. The site includes freshwater creeks, open forest and rainforest. Get in touch with our office if you would like more information about the programs on offer here.
New Geography programs now avilable! Water in the World at Manly Dam and Environmental Change & Management at Mt Keira rainforest.
Our Stage 6 Biology and Earth and Environmental Science field studies are proving popular with students and teachers. Samples are available for Biology 'Ecosystems Dynamics', 'Biological Diversity and Organisation of Living Things', and Earth and Environmental Science 'Earth Resources and Human Impact', 'Earth & Environmental Science Modules 5 to 8'.
Programs are designed to meet the field work and practical investigation requirements of the new syllabus, and can be used as stimulus or as practical investigation for the new Depth Study component. Each program will contribute to 5 of the 15 required hours for a Depth Study.
Contact us for a sample program!
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