The Kiara College Agriculture Awareness Program has been running for a number of years with funding from the Agriculture Education section of the Department of Education. The program provides unique learning opportunities within the metropolitan area, that engages students (pre-primary to year 6) in agriculture through participation in programs involving an excursion/s to the Kiara farm.
Agriculture teachers from Kiara College are available to work with primary school teachers to develop programs, provide pre-visit support to prepare students for their farm excursion and post visit support to consolidate learning. Program activities are linked to farm operations and focus on engaging and generating student interest in agriculture and are mapped back to the Australian curriculum.
Excursions can be booked during the 2017 school terms.
Monday: 9 am – 3 pm
Tuesday: 9 am – 3 pm
Thursday: 9 am – 3 pm
Friday: 9 am – 3 pm
In some cases Kiara College can provide assistance with student transport.
For additional information you can also contact Tim Grubba, the Kiara College Agriculture Awareness Program Coordinator:
Mobile Phone: 0439 926 759
Tim Grubba is available to meet up with any interested teachers to discuss the program and identify any requirements that they have for this year and how the Program may assist them.