The third and final Smart Living Course for 2015 took place these past July holidays. This exciting course forms part of the Smart Living programme, which is proudly sponsored by the City of Cape Town.

Below is a photo essay to illustrate what the children did. All photos taken by @owl_books.

Students sorting sweets during the diversity activity

Penguin keeper giving the learners a talk about the plight of penguins

During the kelp ecosystem talk students were amazed at the beauty of an underwater forest

During a ‘behind the scenes' energy tour students got to stand above the Kelp forest exhibit to see how the wind generator functions
Some teambuilding activities included a ‘potjie kos’ competition…

As well as a scavenger hunt

Students stand in amazement at the mountain of rubbish before them at the Coastal landfill site

Before ending the course the group was able to appreciate our beautiful biodiversity one last time at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (Southern double-collared sunbird)

Our awesome group of Smarties, teachers and volunteers

The next Smart Living Course for Grade 7s will take place in the second half of 2016. Please subscribe to the Two Oceans Aquarium newsletter in order to stay up to date with our courses. 

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