YEAR 11 BIOLOGY GET UP AND CLOSE TO RIPARIAN LIFEFORMS


They spent time on the rocky shore of Hastings Point studying riparian lifeforms, snorkelling to investigate inter-tidal ecology and canoeing through mangroves learning about human impacts. Quality time was also spent in a marine museum (Adventure Education) where they attended lectures on adaptations, ecology and human impact. They also performed a museum specimen study, and spent time talking to, and learning from marine biologists. As always the Clayfield girls were outstanding representatives for the College and were engaged, hardworking and respectful of both the opportunity and the environment, fully taking advantage of this unique and memorable opportunity to take learning out of the classroom and into the real world.


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