Posts Tagged ‘wild play’

  • For the kids

    Cubbies and nature quests – all the highlights from Outdoor Classroom Day

    A mass of grinning little faces descended upon Centennial Park last Thursday for international Outdoor Classroom Day. The special day had hundreds of school-aged children learning ways to reconnect with nature while playing outside and Centennial Parklands’ experienced ‘nature play’ educators were on the ground to lead the way! There were sensory games, trails to follow […]

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  • Meet the Parklands team

    Meet the team: Sam Crosby – our nature play specialist

    For the last six and a half years Sam Crosby has been enriching the lives of children, carers and educators through the Centennial Parklands Education Precinct. She has developed new philosophies, created innovative programs and enabled more and more children to connect with nature, the bush and our unique Australian heritage. We sat down with Sam to […]

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  • For the kids

    First tree in and 10,000 more green additions to come!

    We reached a great milestone recently in Centennial Park with the first tree planted in the Ian Potter Children’s WILD PLAY Garden marking the beginning of 10,000 new green additions including over 180 trees to be planted in the Garden – and that’s a whole lot of new greenery!

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