LEARN + GROW
At Pocket City Farms we believe that the future of our food system and sustainable environmental practices lies in the hands of the next generation. So, we've developed a curriculum based, primary education program that aligns directly with the New South Wales syllabus and its fundamental Key Learning Areas of Science + Geography.
Hold tight for updated workshops that focus on Indigenous land management and areas of focus within the curriculum. We firmly believe that Indigenous culture and history is not ours to teach, so we are looking for Indigenous educators to collaborate with us and share their knowledge.
What you will find below, is a summary of the program along with stage based workshop unit outlines. We recommend reading the summary first as it outlines why we have created these sessions and contextualises it to the corresponding curriculum requirements and priorities. Then, depending on what stage you are teaching, explore the numerous workshops that are relevant to the unit of focus. You will notice all relevant curriculum content, outcomes and links are displayed next to their corresponding workshop. Duration and prices are displayed in these outlines as well.
What's the go?
Here, you will find a summary of the why, what and how of this program.
Workshops for years 3 + 4 and their corresponding links to the curriculum.
EARLY STAGE 1
Kindergarten workshops and their corresponding links to the curriculum.
Workshops for years 5 + 6 and their corresponding links to the curriculum.
Workshops for years 1 + 2 and their corresponding links to the curriculum.
High school teacher? We have designed a program with workshops that cover a range of subjects within the high school curriculum. With links to Biology, Geography, Food Technology, Society and Culture and Visual Arts the program covers numerous concepts.
If you can’t see what you’re looking for just let us know - we may be able to tailor something for your class.
We believe that children deserve to be exposed to the circle of nature from the earliest of ages. That's why we've developed a an early years program, for the really little ones. Through these workshops, children can learn about the beauty of seeds, growing food and sustainability by means of story sharing, socio-dramatic play and art.
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