Primary School Programmes | WWF Hong Kong


 
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Primary School

WWF organizes a broad range of educational activities for primary school students, both in the classroom and in the field. Topics include exploring freshwater and wetland environments to discovering Hong Kong's diverse marine ecology, learning the concept of ecological footprint, and how to live sustainably. 
 
Education programme Shark Adventure Hoi Ha Detective Wetland Detective Story of Bird The Mini-world of Mai Po Nature Artists Green Kid Union
Outdoor learning centre Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre
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Target level Primary 1-3 Primary 3-6 Primary 4-6 Primary 1-3 Primary 4-6
Number of participants 20 - 40 per group, including 2-4 accompanying teachers (requires higher teacher/ parent to student ratio of 1:8) 20 – 40 per group, including 20-38 students, 2-4 accompanying teachers 30-40 students, 2-4 accompanying teachers 30 - 40 per group, including 2-4 accompanying teachers
Date Weekdays, except public holidays
Duration 3 Hours

SHARK ADVENTURE (FOR P.1–P.3)

Activity highlights:
Learn about interesting features of sharks and the threats towards sharks throughout their growth by mimicking a pup.

Activity format:
  • Role-play
  • Drama in education
  • Coral observation on Glass-bottomed Boat

Related to General Studies curriculum

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HOI HA DETECTIVE (FOR P.3–P.6)

Activity highlights:
Explore the beach with different senses; discover the characteristics of different marine life and their relationship with humans.
 
Activity format:
  • Beach exploration
  • Marine organism observation
  • Sensory activities
  • Coral observation on Glass-bottomed Boat

Related to General Studies curriculum
*Click here to check suitable dates for arranging field study along coastal area

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WETLAND DETECTIVE (FOR P.4–P.6)

Activity highlights:
Understand the significance of wetlands to humans and wildlife through sensory exploration and appreciation towards wetlands.

Activity format:
  • Role-play
  • Sensory activities

Related to General Studies curriculum

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Wetland Detective
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STORY OF BIRD (FOR P.4–P.6)

Activity highlights:
Learn the importance of protecting wetland habitats by role-playing as a Black-faced Spoonbill who is going on a migratory adventure.
 
Activity format:
  • Simulation game about bird migration
  • Bird watching
     
Related to General Studies curriculum
  
*This programme is ideally conducted in Spring, Autumn and Winter

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MINI-WORLD OF MAI PO (FOR P.4–P.6)

Activity highlights:
Observe insects closely and learn about their relationship with their living environment.
 
Activity format:
  • Insect observation
  • Pond-dipping

Related General Studies strands:

* Programme is only conducted in the Summer and Autumn (between April and October)

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Mini-world of Mai Po
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NATURE ARTISTS (FOR P.1–P.3)

Activity highlights:
Become a group of nature artists, learn about local wildlife and search for non-living materials to create an art piece about nature.

Activity format:
  • Sensory game
  • Plant observation
  • Artwork session
     
Related to General Studies curriculum

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Nature Artists
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GREEN KID UNION(FOR P.4–P.6)

Activity highlights:
Learn the real examples of sustainable lifestyle through role play, games and case studies.

Activity format:
  • Role-play
  • Game about sustainable lifestyle
  • Self-exploration
  • Video making for sustainable lifestyle

Related to General Studies curriculum

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Green Kid Union
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Tiger Protector (For P.1-P.6)

Activity highlights:
Learn about endangered species through the example of the iconic tiger. Enhance students’ understanding of the natural world and how they can protect our precious environment.

Activity format:
  • Fun and interactive games
  • Art and design workshop
  • Cool facts about tiger

Related to General Studies curriculum

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Tiger Protector
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