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Curriculum delivery

The surrounding dry and wet sclerophyll forests and extensive national park provide an excellent site for curriculum delivery particularly suited to biological and historical perspectives.

In particular, the year five history curriculum is most suited to study at Sunday Creek, as students can experience the conditions endured by diggers and gold miners throughout the 1800’s first-hand. They can participate in gold panning, quartz crushing, and examining relics and ruins from times gone by.

Senior biology or geography students can study nearby forests, plant and animal adaptations and search for rare and endangered species such as the Conondale Spiny Crayfish or Eastern Bristle bird.

We also have extensive experience in creating specific programs according to school requests. These can include behavioural support and special needs programs as required by schools.