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What are some of the remarkable patterns and processes which sustain life? In this workshop, students are invited to dig a little deeper and grow their ecological-literacy skills by delving further into the science behind Wonder Earth. Children will gain greater understanding of their earth home and how it works. Children will get the opportunity to explore in their own words what it means to belong to this vastly interconnected world.

Topics covered

  • Scientific understanding
  • Patterns and processes which sustain life
  • Interconnection
  • Reflection of our relationship to the world

Curriculum outcomes

  • Thinking imaginatively, creatively and interpretatively
  • Responding and composing
  • Reading and viewing
  • Working scientifically
  • Living world
  • Earth and space


StoryBoard is a FREE presentation/workshop experience for all Northern Rivers schools (maximum three hours). We ask the schools to provide morning tea for the author and volunteer tutor.

Time & Date

StoryBoard workshops are scheduled to fit within your school’s timetable.

Our visits are generally scheduled between 9am – 12.30pm, with lunch between 11 – 11.30am.

Our schedule though is flexible, and we will work with you to find the best fit.

Our online booking enquiry form asks you for your bell times so we can create a suggested schedule for you.

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Author Workshop with Benjamin Gilmour Suitable for stages: 3 4 5 6

  • School Visit
  • Poetry
  • In Person

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Author Workshop with Melaina Faranda Suitable for stages: 3 4 5 6

  • School Visit
  • Creative Writing
  • In Person

‘But I don’t know what to write…’ Ever heard that one before? In this fun, engaging, highly imaginat…


Storytelling Out Loud!

Author Workshop with Melaina Faranda Suitable for stages: 3 4 5 6

  • School Visit
  • Performance
  • In Person

Not all people will be writers, but everyone is a storyteller. Long before pen and paper and keyboar…