Introduction to Earth Systems

The activity sessions will be run in two, state-of-the-art teaching laboratories in the SEAE .and comprises two 2-hour investigative, hands-on activities and experiments will analyse the Science of Plate Tectonics and the Science of Climate Change. The activities will also provide students with direct access to Monash postgraduate students and research scientists who can provide an insight into their disciplines and suggest possible career pathways in geology, physical geography and atmospheric sciences.

Students will travel by bus to  Monash Uni, Clayton Campus departing Gleneagles 8:30am and returning by 2:55pm

Consent/Payment can be provided online through the school’s parent portal (, using your parent log in details or alternatively by downloading the permission form from Compass and returning the tear-off slip, to the red box located at the Bursars inside window.

Please note: the school must obtain written or electronic consent from parents or carers.

Parents are reminded that DET does not provide students accident cover or ambulance cover.   Parents are advised they should make their own arrangements for these matters.



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