Hobart Rivulet Platypus School Visits
Aside from spending time with platypuses, school visits are our next most favourite and important thing to do!
What does a platypus school visit look like?
A visit can be tailored to suit your students. It could held be at school, or along the Hobart Rivulet. It could tie directly into our Seize it, Snip it, Bin it! litter campaign or not. It can be as little as a Q&A all the way through to creating videos!
How much do school visits cost?
School visits are free. We do however encourage schools who can afford it to make a donation.
How long is the session?
Sessions usually go for ~1 hour.
What days are you available?
We can visit schools on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Do you have a Working with Vulnerable card?
How about Zoom meetings? (not the platypus!)
Absolutely. We are happy to chat with classes over Zoom or Google Meet if that is the only option available.
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We have visited the following Tasmanian schools to date:
- Westerway Primary School
- Cambridge Primary School
- Snug Primary School
- Albuera St Primary School
- The Friends’ School
- South Hobart Primary School
- St Michaels Collegiate
- Lansdowne Crescent Primary School
- Bagdad Primary School
- Immaculate Heart of Mary Primary School
- Taroona Primary School
- The Hutchins School
- Austins Ferry Primary School
- Kingston Primary School
- Moonah Primary School
- Kingston School for Seniors
We’ve also had Zoom Q&A sessions with:
- TAFE, Netherby, South Australia
- St Josephs, Hawthorne, Victoria
- St Keirans, San Diego USA
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