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Pyrmont walk - changing places

Type: Guided

$225 per group (max 15 students)
1:15
120 min
Year
9 10
Subject
Humanities & Social Science
Pyrmont Walk - Changing Places

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About the program

Pyrmont Walk – Changing Places 

The Junior Pyrmont Walk delivers a case study highlighting the changing nature of the community of Pyrmont, factors that have given rise to these changes and the community's response to some of these changes.


Specifically focussing on economic, social and environmental sustainability of the Pyrmont area, students are encouraged to consider the likely implications of future development for the local community throughout the walk. 


Program structure

Museum educators take students on a guided walk through the streets of Pyrmont beginning and ending at the Australian National Maritime Museum.


With the use of photographs of Pyrmont's past, students will see the evolving changes that are still occurring in the area. They'll visit various locations and are given the opportunity to ask questions, take photographs and complete a specially designed resource pack for use before, during and after their visit.


Availability: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

Objectives

NSW Curriculum links

Geography Stage 5 - Changing Australian Communities 5A2 & Issues in Australian Environments 5A3


Australian Curriculum links 

Geography Year 10 - Environmental & Change Management ACHGK070, ACHGK073, ACHGK074, ACHGK075; Geographies of Human Wellbeing; ACHGK076, ACHGK080, ACHGK081; Geographical Inquiry and Skills ACHGS080

Further information


Teachers and supervising adults visit FREE of charge within the ratios specified in Plan Your School Visit.


  • Entry to exhibitions and vessels: bookings include free entry to museum exhibitions, Action Stations and destroyer HMAS Vampire (a supervisor/student ratio of 1:15 applies on HMAS Vampire).
  • Location: Programs begin and end at the Australian National Maritime Museum, 2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney.