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Sea Synergy offers fun and interactive learning for primary school students in the form of cross-curricular beach workshops or a visit to the school.

Our workshops will introduce your students to the exciting sea life that lives in Irish waters. All our workshops also have a sustainability and conservation message that encourages environmental stewardship. Contact Sea Synergy if you would like your school to participate in one of our exciting workshops! Additionally, workshops can be tailored to your specific needs. Topics covered include: Biodiversity, Water Conservation, Marine Life in Ireland, Leave No Trace, Irish Whales and Dolphins, Shark Tales, Be the Solution to Ocean Plastic Pollution, and more.

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Sea Synergy also works with the Marine Institute on the Explorers Education Programme for primary schools in Kerry. 

From the Marine Institute: “The Explorers Education Programme aims to inspire school teachers and their students in developing their interest, knowledge and engagement in our ocean. The programme’s website provides cross curricular lesson plans, resources and activities that support the national curriculum.

The Explorers in schools programme provides outreach experts that visit classes around the coast of Ireland supporting teachers by introducing marine themes into their class activities. The Explorers programme also provides teachers training and continuing professional development courses approved by the Department of Education and Skills.

The Explorers Education Programme is funded by the Marine Institute under the Research Programme supported by the Irish Government.” 

For more information on the Explorers Education Programme, please click here.

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Sea Synergy founder Lucy Hunt has worked with The Ocean Race to develop an award-winning education programme and learning resources that highlight the importance of the ocean and how plastic pollution is damaging our blue planet. For more information, please visit the site.