Year 9 Students Visit Sea Life Mooloolaba

Taking learning beyond the classroom continues to be fundamental to all we do within science. Last week the Year 9 students experienced this through their field studies trip to Sea Life Mooloolaba. Throughout the day the girls were able to examine animal adaptations up close and discuss the need for these developments. 

Beyond the adaptations, students were able to witness multiple examples of the symbiotic relationships they have been studying, enhancing their ability to understand and analyse these complex interactions. Further, the excursion provided the students with insights into the impact of significant events and how these effect the delicate balance of organism interactions and the ecosystem as a whole.