We got straight back into things in Sustainable Futures this term. While our year 10’s began a historical exploration of the environmental movement, our year 11’s went on a visit to Flinders University, where we were hosted by academics and researchers from the College of Science and Engineering. The visit included hands-on activities related to climate change and the impacts of environmental changes on biodiversity. We also got to hear from researchers who are part of the ‘Saving Nemo’ program, and see inside the labs where they are breeding clownfish in the hopes it will reduce people removing them from their natural setting. All students then shared their learning, which will be valuable as we shift our focus to the Great Barrier Reef throughout the remainder of this term.