Information for Schools

Innovative and exciting school excursions at Sculpture at Scenic World 2018
Excursion Planning and Learning Opportunities
Arts education workshops 2018 – Expressions of interest

Sculpture at Scenic World runs from April 13 -May 13 2018 and you can now book your school to participate in our Sculpture Exhibition and opt in for a guided tour at Scenic World, Katoomba.

Students will increase their understanding of art criticism and art history by engaging with artists and artsworkers in a guided tour. Students will discuss the relationships between the artist, their world view, the artwork and the environment/ audience.

Guided and Self Guided tours of the exhibition generally take a further 1-1.5 hours.

We link our content to the National Curriculum or NSW Board of Studies Syllabus so that the learning has relevance back in the classroom. Please find the 2017 Education Kits below as examples of what can be expected for the 2018 exhibition. 

2017 Primary Education Kit

2017 Primary Education Kit

Download the 2017 Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition K-6 Education Resource

 

 

2017 Secondary Education Kit

2017 Secondary Education Kit

Download the 2017 Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition 7-12 Education Resource

 

 

TESTIMONIAL

The students were engaged throughout the day, they learnt a lot of new facts about art as well as how to protect and preserve nature

– St. Canices

School excursions at Sculpture at Scenic World provide a unique learning arts and environmental experience. We have:

  • Qualified, passionate educators, fun and interactive indoor and outdoor activities including riding the world’s steepest railway, steepest and highest cable cars in Australia with spectacular views from the Scenic Cableway of the Jamison Valley and the Three Sisters.
  • Dynamic learning with over 4 kilometres of Scenic Walkway ideal for observing the temperate rainforest’s flora and fauna and discovering the site’s coal mining heritage
  • The Scenic Railway and Scenic Cableway provide educators with easy access to the natural environment of the Jamison ValleyScenic World offers diverse landscapes like sandstone cliffs and rugged canyons to waterfalls. The region is also home to the Wollemi Pine, a plant with ancient significance.

Getting to Scenic World

There are a range of ways to get to Scenic World, for more information visit: www.scenicworld.com.au/plan-your-visit/getting-here/

If your group is hiring a private bus there is a bus parking zone and drop off point or bus parking outside the main building.

Location 

Guided tours take place from Scenic World Main Building.