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School Education Programme 2016 / 2017

The programme includes a number of education activities which are specially designed for teachers and students. These activities aim to enhance the knowledge of participants on ecology, the environment and function of marine parks. Educating the young generation is an important step to understand the importance of protecting our marine environment, observing the codes and regulations on marine conservation voluntarily and supporting the marine parks programme.

Our activities match the New Senior Secondary Curriculum and incorporate in "Moral and Civic Education components" of "Other Learning Experiences", assisting the whole person development of students. The regular school education programme includes school seminar, eco-tour and field study. 

 

School seminar

Topic

Target

Content

Venue

Selectable dates and time

Ecology and function of

Hong Kong Marine Parks

Primary and Secondary students

Introduction of Hong Kong Marine Parks' background, ecology and function

Provided by applicant

Every Wednesday between October 2016 to June 2017

10:30am to 12:30pm OR 1:30pm - 3:30pm

※ The seminar is around 45 minutes

Mangrove ecology in

Yan Chau Tong Marine Park

Primary and Secondary students

Introduction of Yan Chau Tong Marine Park's background, conservation work and ecology of Mangrove

Provided by applicant

Every Wednesday between October 2016 to June 2017

10:30am to 12:30pm OR 1:30pm - 3:30pm

※ The seminar is around 45 minutes

Little Fish Diary

(Cantonese only)

For Primary Students ONLY

(Maximum no of participant is 30)

An interactive story game that the students can get involved and let them know the ecological function and the marine organisms of Marine Parks

Provided by applicant

Every Wednesday between October 2016 to June 2017

10:30am to 12:30pm OR 1:30pm - 3:30pm

※ The seminar is around 45 minutes

 

 

Eco-tour

 

Content

Target

Location

Date

Time

A guided tour at the Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park.

Observing coral community at the pier; understanding the functions and facilities of Marine Park; visiting a historical heritage, the lime kiln, which closely correlated to the marine ecological system; and mangrove ecology, etc.

 

※ For better illustration and safety concerns, group size is limited to 30.

※ Download worksheet (Primary school / Secondary school

Primary and Secondary students

Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park

Please refer to the dates in the Online Application Form

10:30am to 12:30pm

OR

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Guided Dolphin Watching Tour in Hong Kong Western waters

Introducing The Brothers Marine Park in the West. Searching for and watching Chinese White Dolphins on the boat; understanding more about the ecology of Chinese White Dolphins, including their features, behaviour and threats they are facing; finding out how you can play a part in conserving and protecting them in Hong Kong.

※ For maximum no. of students is 100.

 

Secondary students

Hong Kong Western Waters

Please refer to the dates in the Online Application Form

  9:30am    to   12:30pm

 

 

Field Study

※ The maximum no of students is 30.

※ Since this is a whole-day activity, packed lunch should be prepared.

※ A survey report shall be completed per groups and submit to us after the workshop.

Download field study report

Content

Target

Location

Date

Time

A workshop on using scientific method to investigate the biodiversity of mangrove and water sampling.

Involving the use of line transect, belt transect and quadrat to investigate the biodiversity of mangrove; operation of the water sampling devices and testers for water sampling

For Students of F.4 level or above (Science Group) ONLY

Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park

Please refer to the dates in the Online Application Form

10am to 3pm

 

 

Application

On-line application for the education activities will be commenced at 10:00 a.m. on 5 September 2016 at the electronic services of the AFCD website where the date of different activities can be selected.

Marine Parks Education Activities Online Application

The system will automatically generate an acknowledgement e-mail, please contact us if you do not receive it. Successful applicants will be contacted by a confirmation email within one week after the application.

For further enquiry, please contact us at 2150 6877.

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Last Review Date : 24 January 2017