Community and Remembrance in The Rocks
This interactive and virtual History Site Study covers the Stage 2 History topic ‘Community and Remembrance‘, through an exploration of The Rocks Sydney. Experienced DoE history teachers will guide students though the topic, including an exploration of:
- significant celebrations and commemorations in Australia
- examples of things that commemorate important people, places and events in our history with a focus on The Rocks
- how important people, groups and events changed a local community (The Rocks) over time
- how and why people choose to remember significant events of the past.
The webinar takes the form of a fun, historical investigation into Australia’s early colonial history in The Rocks through engaging information, student polls, specific site studies and history journal activities. A comprehensive student website supports the webinar, and provides additional learning opportunities. The webinar follows DoE online safety protocols.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Observatory Hill EEC
Live Event - Scheduled
Observatory Hill EEC staff
Date & Time
Approx 1 hour
$30 per class for a DoE school and $40 per class for non DoE school.
Requirements for this excursion
Participants require internet and Zoom access. All learning materials will be provided.
Testing and Support
Contact Observatory Hill EEC on 9247 7321 for technology support.
For more information about this excursion content
Name: Glen Halliday
Phone: 9247 7321
Email: [email protected]
This webinar is designed to be booked by a class teacher and can cater for multiple classes. A comprehensive support website is available online with additional History Journal activities to extend student learning.
DoE schools will be interschool journaled after the event. Non DoE schools will be invoiced.
Cancellations need to be made within 1 week of the date of the webinar or a cancellation fee $30.00 per class will be charged.