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


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Cannonvale SS

52 Coral Esplanade
QLD 4802

Phone : (07) 4946-2333

Sonia Zadebernyj

Sharks are all around us (March 4th -14th)

Last week Cannonvale SS helped celebrate Sea Week 2005 by getting involved in the online presentation, Sharks @ School, reading and sharing stories about sharks and designing posters promoting the conservation of sharks and their environments.

colac trinity college


sally and ben

sharks are cool, so dont be a fool....... (march 17-19)

we are helping little kids, in primary, by giving them cards all through the 4 days

Kangaroo Island Community Education

Kingscote Campus , Centenary Ave.,
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.

Everton Park State School

Deakin Street
Everton Park
QLD 4053

Phone : 35502222

Jane Gillies/Chris Griffiths

Shark Park (March 7-11)

Theme:Sharks are an important part of marine ecosystems.
Our school Environmental club will be working on a Mural in our School library.The mural will develop a food chain for different species of sharks.
Our S.E.U are designing a series of exciting board games which will incorporate shark facts and figures.

Cawarral State School

125 Annie Drive
QLD 4702

Lynne Shanks

Show & Tell about sharks (March 7-15)

Year 3 students at Cawarral SS will bring in various items related to the sea for Show & Tell in class.

The above students will also research sharks known to exist in our local area and display their reports in the library for other classes to view.

They also plan on sending e-cards to other students to remind them to look after our reef and to reveal an interesting fact about sharks.


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