General Programmes
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General Programmes

Imagine having a science lesson away from the confines of your classroom and instead, at a live laboratory that is the oceanarium. The JASON Learning will allow students to understand the positive roles that science and technology play in their everyday lives.

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SEA Aquarium Education Primary School Groups 2

Primary school – JASON Learning: Coral Community

Enter the world of corals in this educational programme designed to introduce students to corals and the important role they play in the marine ecosystem. They will learn how human activities affect coral communities and what they can do to help protect the ocean environment so that coral reefs can thrive.

This interactive, multimedia programme begins with a facilitated classroom lesson and includes learning about the work of our aquarists through a specially designed video.

Students will then have the opportunity to explore the S.E.A. Aquarium’s beautiful coral habitats and identify the different types of corals that form its majestic reefs.

Target Groups Topic Duration Coverage Min/Max Size
Sec 1 - Sec 2 General 90 min Facilitated tour with activity sheet at The Maritime Experiential Museum and S.E.A. Aquarium 30-200

Secondary school – JASON Learning: Survival of the Reef

Coral reefs support up to 25% of all marine life on earth so it is vital that we learn more about these amazing organisms, the biodiversity of the species and the intricate interrelationships they form within coral reef ecosystems.

Students will explore the symbiotic relationships that corals have with algae and compare and contrast corals with sea jellies.

This fascinating look into the underwater world will begin with a facilitated classroom lesson that includes videos exploring the work of our aquarists.

Students will also examine amazing coral and sea jelly habitats in the S.E.A. Aquarium to identify species and observe the diversity of the habitats. The programme will conclude with students discussing the impact humans have on the oceans and how they can contribute to the well-being of our oceans and reefs.

Target Groups Topic Duration Coverage Min/Max Size
Sec 1 - Sec 2 Science 120 min Education programme and activities in S.E.A. Aquarium 30-80

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