Sydney Learning Adventures brings the histories of Sydney, New South Wales and Australia to life for thousands of young people every year through our variety education programs.
Developed in consultation with Academic educators and practising classroom teachers, our programs take a curriculum-linked, outcomes-focused approach to provide engaging, interactive, multilayered learning experiences for all students.
Facilitated by a team of dynamic education guides, their programs cater to all stages and types of learners, from Kindergarten to Year 12.
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Double DragonsFor Years: 3 – 6 (Stages 2 and 3 History and Geography)
Location: Chinese Garden of Friendship and Chinatown
Step out of the classroom and into Darling Harbour’s ‘hidden pearl’, the Chinese Garden of Friendship, where students solve riddles and find clues to piece together the legend Horoscope.
In the heart of Chinatown students experience contemporary Chinese-Australian culture whilst learning why and when Chinese people first came to Australia, and how they have adapted and flourished as a community.
Silk Road to Gold TracksFor Years: 7 - 10, (Stages 4 & 5 History and Geography)
Location: Chinese Garden and Chinatown
Students will examine the history of Chinese immigration to Australia and observe its impact on past and present communities.
This program aims to gain an understanding of the history of migration that has created the multicultural Australia of today.
The program includes a visit to the Chinese Garden of Friendship.
Stage 2 Package
Double Dragons and Dirt Detectives
Stage 2 History and Geography
Combine an exploration on Chinese culture and the part It plays in Australia society and identity with a hands-on investigation of what life was like for the convicts and early settlers who lived in The Rocks during the 1800s.
Stage 3 Package
Double Dragons and Pieces of the Past
Stage 3 History and Geography
Explore Chinese culture and the past that it plays in Australia society and identity; then excavate artefacts from our indoor archaeological dig, and combine them with other sources to find out about the lives of people in Australia’s colonial past.