Dear Parents / Caregivers,
During our next unit in Year 9 Food Technology, students will be examining the history of food in Australia – beginning with traditional bush foods prepared by Aborigines, the influence of early European settlers as well as the continuing immigration from a variety of cultures. They will examine the subsequent effects of this food evolution on contemporary Australian eating patterns.
As well as a tour of the gardens, students will get the opportunity to engage with food in Australia by investigating, preparing and tasting Aboriginal bush foods and discovering how the diet began to evolve when the European settlers farmed food on this land.
|When:||Tuesday 1 May, 2018|
|Where:||The Royal Botanic Gardens|
|Price:||$32 per student|
|Transport:||There will be a bus leaving from school at 8:30am. |
Students will return to school in time for afternoon buses.
|Food:||Students are required to bring enough recess, lunch and water. There are no facilities to purchase food or drink from.|
|Uniform:||Students are required to wear their full sports uniform.|
Please fill out the form below and cover the excursion fee before Wednesday 28 March, 2018.
For any queries regarding the excursion, please contact Miss Karina Olsen at the College on 9654 6700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.