by Kara Isles (and her five-year-old son Koby) - P&C Member - Clarkson Primary School
Testimonial from Koby (pre-primary student)
My favourite mission from my passport was having a bath outside in the middle of winter. My brother and I got into big container buckets and enjoyed a warm bubble bath even though it was cold outside.
I like to play where I can climb a tree, play in pine bark, water plants we planted and dig in the sand. (About the nature play area made at Clarkson Primary School)
Testimonial from Kara Isles - parent and P&C member
On the winter school holidays my sons (aged three and five) had the most fantastic time exploring and enjoying nature play missions, which were like mini adventures in our back yard, at the beach and in the bush. We camped up in the hills and found missions to fit in with the location. We visited Jurien Bay and Cervantes and also found some Coral Coast missions to complete. We spent more time outside in nature together as a family. I thoroughly enjoyed taking it easy and empowering my sons to complete little missions in our beautiful state of Western Australia.
Many schools have taken on the Passport to an Amazing Childhood program, and if you're a school teacher or administrator who'd like to share your achievements and learnings, please email us at [email protected]eplaywa.org.au