Jason Project is a hit!

“Just a belated thankyou for a wonderful ‘Jason Project Excursion’ at Olympic Park. Despite the cold and wet the students thoroughly enjoyed the experience . Both education officers were excellent and related to and engaged the students (and teachers!) to a high level. It was a very worthwhile experience and integrated very well with our curriculum outcomes. Please visit our blog to see some of the comments and photos http://year6hg.edublogs.org/”. From Fiona Khoo, Junior School, Year 6 Hills Grammar School

Thank you to the Hills Grammar School for your feedback and we are delighted that you found the Jason Project Project – Resilient Planet excursion valuable to your learning about ecosystems and their management.

Our Jason Project excursions allow primary school students hands-on experience in our parklands, where they become researchers and investigate the Badu Mangroves in Bicentennial Park (a protected ecosystem that has undergone enormous change in the last 100 years) or witness renewable energy in action and design a model of a renewable energy home.



Education Coordinator, Sydney Olympic Park Authority

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