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On Wednesday the 9th of November, the Stage 1 Biology classes travelled to Port Noarlunga Aquatic Centre to enrich their understanding of coastal and reef ecosystems. Students snorkelled out to the reef with qualified instructors who were able to impart their knowledge of biodiversity and ecosystem dynamics. In the afternoon, students spent time on the Onkaparinga River, either in kayaks or on stand up paddle boards learning about human impacts on the river ecosystem and the importance of sustainable practices. Although there were plenty of opportunities for learning, there was even more opportunity for fun, and students used the time to positively interact with each other, staff and swimming instructors, making the most of the valuable learning opportunity.

Emma Toker
Senior School Science and Mathematics Teacher

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