Bringing students into the great outdoors offers them the opportunity to enjoy and discovery unique natural environments through meaningful, quality and fun educational experiences. Listen in to hear the latest updates from Claire Competiello, Jody Orcher and Meagan Vella in the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Education Team about how they inspire students and teachers to get outdoors and connect with nature.
The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). NPWS manages more than 870 NSW national parks and reserves, covering over 7 million hectares of land.
The aim is for the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Education Team is for children and adults to learn about, love and have a desire to protect our national parks and see it as our role to provide ways to encourage and inspire them to do so by creating innovative, diverse learning opportunities, including guided excursions, digital programs and online resources, teacher training and our Aboriginal culture and heritage education program.
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