Kingston-on-Murray Primary School provides a positive and supportive learning environment for all students from reception to year seven.
Kingston-on-Murray Primary School offers Riverlinx day visits or two day camps to schools from around South Australia. The camps support deep engagement in learning about the River Murray for students, by accessing expert knowledge, immersion in hands-on experience and by linking directly with children that live on the River Murray. Camps include catering (breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and supper), accommodation (tents on the school oval), as well as bus travel to and from Banrock Station and a trip on Loch Luna Cruises. The key element of the camps are the workshops which are planned, designed and presented by students from Kingston-on-Murray Primary School, linked to the Kids Teaching Kids learning framework.
Our camps are perfect for schools interested in providing their students with a unique experience learning about the River Murray and its ecosystems including participating in targeted workshops about birds, turtles, fish, reptiles, macroinvertebrates, and mosquitoes. Students will also learn about the environment we live in and important aspects of sustainability such as fruit fly, water quality and recycling. Our Riverlinx programme has strong links with local community organisations including Banrock Station, Loch Luna Cruises, Fishcare and NRM Education.
Please click on the links below to access further information about our Riverlinx Camps, or contact the school.
Information below correct as at 29 January 2018
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