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Years 7 – 12
Biology - Science
Program is modified for different year levels, to fit the relevant curriculum.
Facilitated by museum staff
45 minutes per session, rotations for large groups will require a reset period.
Biodiversity & Classification sees students observing and discussing real specimens as they pursue an understanding of biodiversity in the natural world.
During this program Discovery Centre staff share real-life experience and knowledge in this overview of animal diversity and the museum’s collections. Students engage in discussions and observations while exploring real specimens to develop an understanding of biodiversity in the natural world.
This Secondary School program is tailored to suit the year level and to support the Science and Biology curriculum. The program can also be modified to include an exploration of particular animal group (e.g. birds, reptiles) or themes (e.g. marine biology). Please identify any requests for a customised program at your time of booking.
Sessions conclude in the Discovery Centre with time allocated for continued student exploration.
Students have access to specimens arranged in a systematic format, assisting their understanding of:
See our Visit as a school page for information on visiting the museum and booking a group into a program.
Explore additional learning resources related to this program on our Learning Resources platform.