Stage 1: Awaken Enthusiasm. Exploring plants for food and the tools used for food collection will develop an understanding of how plants are used by Aboriginal people.
Stage 2: Focus Attention. Experiencing a range of plants will open the senses; see, touch and taste.
Stage 3: Direct Experience. Cadigal garden guided walk and bush tucker making will develop an appreciation of pre-1788 Cadigal land and the plants they used for food and tools.
Stage 4: Share Inspiration. Exchanging special moments and interesting learnt experiences while eating together will develop an appreciation of Aboriginal culture.
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Spending a day at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will help students gain confidence in conversational English and solidfy understanding – all while in the beautiful harbour-side surrounds of Australia's oldest botanic garden.
Book both People, Plants and Places and Seeds and Survival on the same day and save $5 per student.
Duration: 4 hours (excluding lunch break)
Cost: $25 per student (minimum charge 25 students or $625)