School Education

School Education

High School Water Education Program

The Environmental Education team has designed a new and innovative high school program focused on water conservation and education. The program is tailored to address syllabus links in the NSW curriculum for Stage 4 Geography Water in The World.

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Individual activities & programs

Water audit

How does your school use water? Students are challenged to independently investigate how and where your school uses the most water.

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Stream order

Why are streams in the Mangrove Dam catchment important? In this teacher-led activity, students will develop a practical understanding of the stream network in our local catchment.

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Water cycle explored

Using an interactive weather website, students will unpack the water cycle by exploring various components of weather to better understand the water cycle during this teacher-led activity.

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Platypus creek

In this teacher-led activity, students become local hobby farmers trying to manage their water resources in the context of this drought.

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Water around Australia

In this teacher-led activity, students will ‘travel’ around Australia solving clues about water resources. Bon voyage!

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Whizzy has the answer
Does your school have a question for Whizzy about the Water Supply System in the Central Coast? If your school is currently learning about water treatment, catchment areas, dams, weirs, rivers, creeks or have some great questions focused on water then Whizzy is here to help. Use the form below to submit up to five questions focused on the Central Coast’s Water Supply System to Whizzy. A short video will be created with your favourite water drop Whizzy getting to the bottom of your questions. Answered questions will be featured on Central Coast Council’s Love Water Website.
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