Welcome to our inaugural School Holiday program: Environmental Engineers, designed for children 9 years old, and over.
In this 2-hour workshop, your child will design and build their very own ancient Egyptian tool that is used to find the invisible contours of the landscape, and learn how to then measure and record those lines so that they can see how the landscape flows. A very useful tool, and life-long skill, conducted in a small group with a maximum of 12 students. Parent attendance is welcome, but not mandatory.
With a restriction on numbers, reserve your child’s place quickly. Book here
About the Presenters
Living Classrooms – Aaron, Veronica or Dan
The Living Classroom Project is a permaculture school that has been teaching kids about sustainability for over 15 years. They have turned pavement plots, toxic playgrounds and barren patches of lawn into fun, dynamic and nutritious outdoor learning environments that students thrive in.
With their young Garden Ambassadors, the Living Classroom Project teaches the next generation of kids about Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share to usher in a greener and brighter future!