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Last reviewed: Mon, 27 Feb 2012

Education



Learning Through Action

Learning in the Gardens

Learning Through Action, the Council's environmental education provider, offers four programmes at the Botanic Gardens. These free programmes compliment classroom learning and are linked to the curriculum.

The Junior Park Explorers programme is for new entrants to year two children and lets them discover the wonders of nature.

The Park Detectives programme builds on the knowledge gained in Junior Park Explorers and is suitable for children from year three to year five.

The Creative and Native programme is designed to introduce year five to eight students to the topic of biodiversity.

Casting Magic Worms explores the value of worm farms for new entrants to year 4.

For more information and bookings visit the Learning Through Action section of the Council website.

Visiting the Botanic Gardens

School groups planning on bringing large groups to the Gardens should liaise with Visitor Centre staff beforehand. We can then advise which areas have ongoing work programmes and where to avoid. Contact staff at the Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre on 941 7590.

For self guided visits, research projects and pre and post visit planning use the Walking Guide to the Gardens [PDF 3.93MB]. It explores the history of the Botanic Gardens and Hagley Park, notable trees, artworks and outlines all the key plant collections.


 

Authorising Unit: Transport and Greenspace

Last reviewed: Monday, 27 February 2012

Next review: Monday, 27 August 2012

Keywords: botanic gardens