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AAEE WA Events

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Catchments, Corridors and Coasts

Biology, Earth and Environmental Science (BEES) Day

Earth Day Expo

Science Week Community Science and Sustainability Expo

The Children's Groundwater Festival

 

 

Catchments, Corridors and Coasts

CCCThis course runs in January each year. The next course will be in January 2017.

Each year CCC participants are taken on a journey, exploring environmental issues of importance to us all. Topics cover living sustainably and how each one of us can make a difference. You will be exposed to issues and solutions while establishing valuable networks with other participants and presenters.

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Biology, Earth and Environmental Science (BEES) Day


BEESBEES Day is held in September/October of each year. The next BEES Day will be in September/October 2016.

The Biology, Earth and Environmental Science Year 9,10 and 11 Day is an annual event that showcases some of the exciting careers and investigations that are related to these subjects. It is designed to increase students’ awareness about the wide range of opportunities available through studying these sciences and motivate students to consider them when making their subject selections.  Presenters from a wide range of industries will share experiences from their profession and engage students in hands-on activities.

Register now by clicking here.

This day is brought to you by the Australian Association for Environmental Education (WA Chapter) and Central Institute of Technology.


Earth Day Expo

Earth Day ExpoThe Earth Day Expo is held around March/April of each year at the Canning River Eco Education Centre (CREEC) and the Joondalup Campus of Edith Cowan University (ECU).  The next Expo will be held at CREEC & ECU Joondalup in April 2017.

Earth Day is celebrated around the world in more than 300 countries on the 22nd April. This is part of an international Earth Day Network initiative for global action. Animal encounters, environmental programs, hands-on activities and music feature in the day.

AAEE (WA) works in partnership with the Canning River Eco Education Centre and the City of Canning to host primary school children, parents and teachers for a day of learning about sustainability at CREEC.
Cost - $7 (inc. GST) per student
Click here for further information and booking details for the CREEC Earth Day Expo

Similarly AAEE (WA) works in partnership with Edith Cowan University Education Partnerships to host primary school children, parents and teachers for a day of learning about sustainability at ECU Joondalup.
Click here for further information and booking details for the ECU Joondalup Earth Day Expo
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Science Week Community Science and Sustainability Expo

The Science Week Community Science and Sustainability Expo is held annually in National Science Week at the Canning River Eco Education Centre (CREEC). The next Expo will be held in National Science Week on Sunday 21st August 2016.

In 2016 the theme of the Expo is 'Wired for Science' which explores the technology and connections found in science and nature (robots, drones, electricity, energy, food chains, ecosystems, currents and circuits).
Click here for more details about the Expo.

A youth competition is run in conjunction with the Expo where Kindy - Year 6 children design a logo that will be used on a banner to advertise the theme of the Expo. 
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The 2014 event was the 6th Science Expo at CREEC.  Each year participants and organisers are surveyed to obtain feedback about the event. 
Click here for more details about these surveys.
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The Children's Groundwater Festival


Children's Groundwater Festival Whiteman ParkThis festival is held in November of each year at Whiteman Park. 
 
The Children's Groundwater Festival is a unique environmental education event that aims to educate Western Australian children about the importance of our precious groundwater resources. The day provides the opportunity for children and teachers to interact with groundwater and environmental experts and to participate in hands-on and education activities... all in a fun and festive atmosphere!

The Children's Groundwater Festival is open to Western Australian primary school students in years Back to top5, 6 and 7. Registration is essential and places are limited.