Biodiversity: Habitats & Homes

Life is a mixed bag! Biodiversity (biological diversity) refers to the incredible variety within, and between, all life species: animals, plants, right down to micro-organisms. In this Eco-Schools theme students aim to discover, understand and enhance their local environment through identifying local inhabitants/species and conserving their homes. This might be in the form of creating a native plant, bush tucker garden to rejuvenate a local Australian ecosystem or ensuring diversity of flowers for bee populations. This theme offers students a chance to engage first hand with the natural environment and consider the impact our lifestyle choices and purchases have on the natural environment.

Useful resources on the theme Habitats & Homes

Check out our curriculum-linked resources here.

Please contact info@eco-schools.org.au to tell us your ideas for how Eco-Schools in Australia can tackle the theme of “Biodiversity”.

Has your school already worked on this theme? We’d love to share your experience with other schools – please complete and return this short Case Study Template form.