Summer School 2019 | WWF Hong Kong

Summer School 2019



Summer School 2019 
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Summer School 2019 is a fun and engaging way for children to learn about our city’s unique ecosystems. Held during the summer break in July and August, WWF organises planned nature activities for groups aged 6-11. With classmates and friends, they discover the richness of the natural world, the importance of conserving it, and the effects of our daily lifestyle choices on these environments. Our curriculum-based activities are run by WWF educators at our three centres in Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre and Island House Conservation Studies Centre.

Download WWF Summer School leaflet 2019 
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Download WWF Summer School leaflet 2019
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Nature Adventurer (3 days)

The three-day Nature Adventurer programme takes kids, aged 9-11, into the heart of Hong Kong’s rich and unique biodiversity. On day one, they will explore Mai Po’s rich variety of wetland habitats and the thriving biodiversity of the more than 2,050 species they support. Day two will include coral observation, a glass-bottom boat tour and snorkelling at Hoi Ha Wan. On day three, sustainable living is the focus where they will learn how our rich but fragile natural environments are impacted by carbon emissions and biodiversity loss.
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Nature Adventurer  
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Nature Adventurer
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Ocean Explorer (2 days)

The two-day Ocean Explorer programme takes kids, aged 6-8 years old, on a journey through marine biodiversity and marine conservation at Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park. The programme includes a glass-bottom boat tour, introduction to sustainable fisheries, and a marine litter study at Sandy Beach.
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Ocean Explorers 
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Ocean Explorers
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Urban Ecologist (1 day)

Discover Hong Kong’s rich and extraordinary urban biodiversity in one of Hong Kong’s city parks and natural coastline. Through games and observation at Tai Po Waterfront Park and Island House Conservation Studies Centre, children will learn about the relationship between organism and environment, while nurturing their interests in various local species. They will also make their own urban “Pokedex” for recording urban wildlife encountered.
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Family Urban Ecologist  
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Family Urban Ecologist
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