Teachers’ Big Days Out

Teachers’ Big Days Out

South Australia’s major cultural institutions, along North Terrace and beyond are preparing for an exciting three day program for the second Teachers’ Big Days Out in 2020. Loaded with professional learning opportunities for educators across multiple learning areas, this event will provide you with strategies of how to incorporate a variety of cultural institutions and their collections into your teaching programs!

Secondary Trails

Secondary Trails

Secondary Trails Adelaide Botanic Garden offers five inquiry trails for secondary students which are aligned to the Curriculum and provide immersive experiences that enable students to explore, observe, record and discuss. Aboriginal Science and Sustainability A trail...
Primary Years Trails

Primary Years Trails

Primary Years Trails The following programs are just some of the educator led experiences available for primary years students. For more information Read here NEW: Plant and Seed Conservation Students led along this new trail will learn about a range of species of...
Early Years Trails

Early Years Trails

Early Years Trails The following trails are designed for Early Years children to explore Adelaide Botanic Garden with a guide or educator: Aboriginal Plant Use Australian Aboriginal people have an intricate understanding of the Australian environment and a rich...
Plant and Seed Conservation

Plant and Seed Conservation

Plant and Seed Conservation Students led along this new trail will learn about a range of species of South Australian plants, including many listed as threatened or endangered (1 in 4 of native South Australian plant species (more than 1,000) are considered...

Indigenous Culture for Kids

Indigenous Culture for Kids Trent Hill is an Indigenous storyteller, educator and guide who has worked at Adelaide Botanic Garden for more than 10 years. His programs for Junior Primary, Primary and Senior School students include: Aboriginal Plant Use Trails –...