Kings Park Education welcomes nearly 30,000 students each year who take part in hands-on, inquiry-based programs in three streams – E-STEM, Cultural Heritage and Wellbeing.
E-STEM (Environment, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)Kings Park’s E-STEM programs engage students directly with nature, encourage the growth of a scientific mindset and ignite curiosity. The integration of environmental education into STEM learning builds students’ environmental identity and responsibility. Our outdoor lessons allow for active discussion of STEM concept immersed in the Banksia Woodland, equipping students to leave Kings Park to continue exploring and learning about the natural environment. Cultural Heritage Kaarta Koomba (Kings Park) – a place of significance past, present and future. Kings Park Education’s immersive programs help develop respect and empathy for diversity in our community. Students learn about traditional ways of life and the value of caring for Country ( Noongar boodja-k katitjin). Wellbeing See your students in their natural habitat working together to play, problem solve and just 'be'. Nature does amazing things for kids … and kids can do amazing things for nature. Our unique experiences will challenge and build resilience for a happy, healthy childhood.
For more information about our fantastic secondary and tertiary school programs download the Kings Park Education Secondary School Programs 2020-21.
Kings Park Education Secondary School Programs 2021 2.8 MB
Year 7 to Tertiary Kings Park Education programs are listed below.
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WA Curriculum links
Biology (ATAR 11-12)
Children, Family and the Community
Geography (ATAR 11-12)
Health and Physical Education
Humanities and Social Sciences
Integrated Science (Unit 2)
Psychology (General and ATAR)
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