PDHPE/Science: Exploring and Enjoying the Natural Environment - Ganguddy Dunns Swamp
Program Location: Ganguddy Dunns Swamp, Wollemi NP
This unit allows students to focus on developing a strong sense of wellbeing as they experience their natural environment, undertaking challenging and enjoyable activities. They develop knowledge and understanding of a natural place, utilising a range of equipment whilst enhancing peer relationships that strengthen their problem-solving and collaboration skills.
PD2-10 demonstrates a range of interpersonal skills that build and enhance relationships and promote inclusion in various situations
PD3-9 applies and adapts self-management skills to interact respectfully with others to promote inclusion and build connections.
ST2-4LW-S compares features and characteristics of Living and non-living things
ST3-4LW-S examines how the environment affects the growth, survival and adaptation of living things
Key inquiry question/s
Why are empathy, inclusion and respect important in our relationships?
How are environments and living things interdependent?
Key syllabus outcomes
Identify roles, rights and responsibilities in different relationships
Predict and reflect on how other students might feel in a range of challenging situations and discuss what they can do to support them
Work in a group to achieve a set task or goal
Describe actions that support caring and respectful relationships
Describe how physical conditions affect the survival of living things