Primary and Secondary School Incursions and Excursions

Our passionate educators are University trained and highly experienced in working with students at both the primary and secondary school level, right up to VCE and with various backgrounds and abilities. Our programs are tailored specifically to be age appropriate and delivered at a level that students will not only understand and engage with, but be completely captivated. All programs are aligned with the Australian curriculum to encompass both Victorian, New South Wales and South Australian schools.

We love being able to share our knowledge on local ecosystems and our magnificent biodiversity and offer opportunities for our programs to be delivered not only outside the classroom, but out in the field as an excursion. What better way to impart knowledge about our native flora and fauna of Australia than to show the students in a natural setting! Imagine sitting on the floodplain of the mighty Murray River not only connecting with our hand raised endangered Murray Darling Carpet Python but hearing the sounds and breathing in the fresh eucalypt smells from its natural riverine habitat?!

Our educators love to tailor programs specific to the learning outcomes or teaching requirements of the school. If you have a specific learning intention, please contact us as we would be only too happy to incorporate this into a tailored program for your school.

We recently had an incursion with Sarah from EnviroEDU during remote learning (due to COVID-19). The teachers and students were all thoroughly interested and impressed with Sarah’s knowledge and expertise during the session. Everyone loved learning about the native threatened animals, including the teachers. Sarah was professional and helpful when answering all student questions, she also followed up with resources for the students. I highly recommend Sarah and her company for excursions!

Kaycee Ann, Teacher – LCCPS



“Nature is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world, but themselves.”

Stephen Moss