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Save Our Sharks Shark Bay Seaweek 2005 - March 6 to 13

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Port Noarlunga (to be confirmed)



SA 

Phone : 8223 5155

James Brook

Reef Watch Marathon Dive (March 13)

Approximately 100 divers and snorklers will be monitoring an SA Reef (probably Port Noarlunga)at various times from early morning through to the afternoon. A BBQ will be provided and there will be various information stalls and other events happening at the same time.

Balaklava Primary School

PO Box 108
Balaklava
SA 5461

Phone : 88621660

Marty Brice

Port Hughes Camp (March 9-11)

Our classes are going on a camp to Port Hughes on Yorke Peninsula for three days of marine activities and aquatic fun! We'll study sand dunes, marine vegetation, tidal marine life, sea birds and other marine investigations that arise.
We're staying at the caravan park in tents and spend all our time at the beach, reef or jetty.

www.marinediscoverycentre.com.au

PO Box 45
Henley Beach
SA 5022

Phone : 08 8356 8943

Tim Hoile

Sharks Assembly (Wednesday March 9th)

We will celebrate the Seaweek theme “Save our Sharks” through our Year 1 Assembly with special guest Rodney Fox, our weekly Marine Studies lessons including hat-making and debating, special displays in the Front Office and the Library. On Thursday evening we are also co-ordinating an in-service Sharks Night for teachers including our own, University Graduates and marine biologists.

Marine Discovery Centre

Seaview Road
Henley Beach
SA 5022

Phone : 0418 921 849

Alex Gaut

Shark Night! (10 March)

A very special Shark Night with guest speakers including Rodney Fox and Tim Hoile. Rodney Fox was once the victim of a terrible shark attack and is now one of Australia's strongest shark ambassadors. Tim Hoile is the Director of the well-known Marine Discovery Centre at Henley Beach.
A presentation will also be given by Alex Gaut, Vice President of MESA and may include some exercises from the MESA Seaweek 2005 Activities Booklet.
4.30 - 6.30 pm, certificates available
$30 per person, $25 MESA members & student teachers, bookings essential

Kangaroo Island Community Education

Kingscote Campus , Centenary Ave.,
Kingscote
SA 5221

Phone : 85532074

Tony Bartram , Marine and Environmental Education

From the Playground to the Sea (March 3rd - March 18th)

* Save Our Sharks and Why is SA Marine Life so special? Presentations and Teacher's Training and Development by Alex Gaut , MESA
* Save Our Sharks Class Themework across all levels
* From the Playground to the Sea National Clean Up Schools Campaign Activities in all Campuses - cleaning up the School yards and following the Stormwater drains and watercourses to beaches and dams to clean up.Data on litter collected and utilised in ongoing activities and awareness raising, and litter recycled as part of the ongoing Marine and Environmental Education Programmes on Kangaroo Island , including Beach and Waterways Monitoring and special projects with Marine Biologist Judith Wingate and other Scientists.

Port Vincent Primary School & Aquatic Centre

Minlacowie Road
Port Vincent
SA 5581

Phone : 0888537027

Michelle Hawthorne

Just Add Water (February 25 & 26)

This event is designed as a lead in to Sea Week. Students on Yorke Peninsula will have the opportunity to share Shark Tales with Rodney Fox Friday February 25. Saturday 26 educators will participate in a Marine Studies conference Just Add Water. Morning sessions will include a sail & snorkel at the local reef (Port Jackson shark habitat) while the less adventurous will participate in Tales of a Tail. Rodney Fox and Alex Gaut (MESA) will lead afternoon sessions.

Riverton Primary School

21 Swinden St
Riverton
SA 5412

Phone : 88472206

Gary Wilson

Sharks - What are you? (March 1 - 13)

There is a wide variety of different types of sharks, and their relatives the rays and chimaeras, in Australia.

This theme will be explored in the classroom with students compiling ae electronic portfolio.
Their life cycle will be examined to show their vulnerability.

Moana Primary School

Schooner Road
Seaford
SA 5169

Phone : 0418 921 849

Alex Gaut

Shark Night! (1 March)

A 1.5 hour workshop mainly for teachers, but interesting for other community members. Learn about sharks - their biology, diversity, importance to Aboriginal peoples and strategies to reduce shark attack. The session includes educational resources for Seaweek full of ideas for the classroom.
$5 per person

Ocean View College

Gedville Road
Taperoo
SA 5017

Phone : 0418 921 849

Alex Gaut

Shark Night! (February 22)

A 1.5 hr workshop for teachers about sharks - their biology, diversity, importance to Aboriginal people and some strateies to reduce shark attack. The workshop includes some educational resources for Seaweek with lots of ideas for the classroom.
$5 per person, $2 MESA members. Bookings essential.

Ocean View College

Gedville Road
Taperoo
SA 5017

Phone : 0418 921 849

Alex Gaut

Shark Night! (February 22)

A 1.5 hr workshop for teachers about sharks - their biology, diversity, importance to Aboriginal people and some strateies to reduce shark attack. The workshop includes some educational resources for Seaweek with lots of ideas for the classroom.

   



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