Conservation Program

The Conservation Program at The Ocean School brings attention to a variety of global issues such as habitat loss, pollution, climate change, poaching and overfishing.
By focusing on how these events affect animals and their environments, students aged 6 to 18 years will learn about various conservation principles which build awareness and inspire action to protect, promote and preserve our planet.

The program offers an interactive, informative, and inspiring journey through Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, where students will learn about varied aquatic environments and interact with a diverse range of marine life. Students will also get exclusive access to the Back-of-House area, where they
will learn about the behind-the-scenes operations of
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. The program is split into three separate age groups to cater to the interests and learning processes of children in grades 1-3, grades 4-6, and grades 7-9.


 

With fully trained Education Officers, take-home workbooks and an innovative approach to learning, the Ocean School’s Conservation Program is a fun-filled complement to your students’ school curriculum.

Conservation 1

Designed for grades 1-3 with a focus on how to conserve and care for the environment around them, students learn how they can make a difference in protecting animals and habitats.

Conservation 2

Designed for grades 4-6, students are presented with detailed information to increase their environmental awareness. Through brainstorming sessions, students find responsible solutions to initiate change.

Conservation 3

Designed for grades 7-9, students are encouraged to be part of the global conservation campaign and learn to take leadership roles in protecting the environment.

Program Factsheet

Zones visited:

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Steam subjects touched upon:

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Take-homes

  • Educational workbook that can be discussed in the classroom.
  • New knowledge and an invaluable experience!
  • Return voucher