Sydney Learning Adventures now have 9 virtual online programs available for schools and in light of the further lifting of COVID-19 restrictions ahead of Term 4, we welcome bookings for our programs in The Rocks and Darling Harbour precincts.
We hope you can join us for an interactive hands-on experience in Sydney's historic areas of The Rocks and Darling Harbour or for an interactive virtual online program.
New 2021 Online Brochure Released
Sydney Learning Adventures brochures have gone digital. Our new 2021 Education program brochure is now only available online. Download a copy
Archaeology and Aboriginal Virtual Online Programs
ICC Sydney virtual events studios are being utilised for the newly condensed hour long Archaeology programs (Little Diggers, Dirt Detectives, Pieces of the Past, Cesspits and Old Rubbish & Groundwork - Archaeology at the Big Dig) and Aboriginal programs (Gadigal Mudgin, Ngara, Giba-Nura and Mana-Nura). The virtual online programs have been successfully trialled and will be offered in term 4, 2020. Here’s a snippet of the programs
"Wow! That was incredibly valuable. I’m going to discuss on Zoom with small groups of students.”
“I thought kids in Stage 2 might struggle with a whole hour but from my perspective (Year 4) I think they will have really enjoyed it. Will check in with them later".
“Thank you so much for presenting the online Groundwork program. You were able to offer our students an experience that they would not have been able to have otherwise.”
"Thank you I also really enjoyed it and will also discuss with my students on zoom. The lesson was pitched perfectly to our students with wonderful language and storytelling. Students would have found the discussion over artefacts so interesting".
Onsite School Excursions (now available)
Sydney Learning Adventures vision is to create quality educational school excursions that are enriching, diverse, safe, accessible and sustainable.
Our school excursion programs have been developed in consultation with academic educators and practising classroom teachers. Our curriculum-linked, outcomes-focused approach aims to provide engaging, interactive, multi-layered learning experiences for all students. The programs are facilitated by our team of dynamic interpretive guides and cater to all stages and types of learners, from kindergarten to Year 12.
Primary: History, Geography and Aboriginal Studies.
Secondary: History, Geography, Aboriginal Studies and Ancient History.
Our programs are also suitable for tertiary students.
Program duration: 2 hours. Minimum of 20 paying students per program.
Comprehensive teacher resource packs and risk assessments for each program are available on our website.