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Roving Biodiversity Exhibition

Keen to learn and share more about Singapore’s biodiversity? NParks provides educational panels on local biodiversity for schools interested to engage their students in learning and sharing about our natural heritage.

The following sets of educational panels are available for loan for a period of up to two weeks:

 

Themes

We offer two different exhibition themes, and both focus on introducing our native biodiversity.

Theme 1:  Discovering Our Natural Heritage 

  • This set of exhibition banners introduces the rich native biodiversity found within our marine and terrestrial ecosystems, and the conservation efforts behind it. [Content Preview]
  • Accompanying activity sheets* for both primary and secondary schools, to be printed by teachers for students. [Preview]

 

Theme 2: Pollinators in Our Ecosystem

  • This set of exhibition banners introduces both common and lesser-known pollinators in Singapore, and their important roles in our ecosystem [Content Preview]
  • Accompanying activity sheets* for both primary and secondary schools, to be printed by teachers for students. [Preview]

 *A soft copy activity sheet will be emailed to schools who have confirmed their registration. We would like to encourage schools to print only the required quantity in an effort to reduce waste.

 

 

Banners details

  • Each theme consists of 5 educational pull-up banners, each measuring 85cmW x 200cmH.
  • When collapsed, each banner fits into a portable carrier bag which measures 16cmH x 16cmW x 110cmL, and weighs about 3.5 kg each.
  • The banners are only suitable for indoor display, and should not be subjected to wind.
  • All 5 banners will fit comfortably into the boot of a sedan.

 

Loan policy

  • Schools may request for the banners at least 3 weeks to 6 months in advance, subject to availability.
  • Each school can only loan one set of banners for a maximum of 2 weeks.
  • Teachers are required to complete a short photo journal to document the use of the educational panels in the school.
  • Banners are to be self-collected and returned by the schools at the National Biodiversity Centre (1B Cluny Road, Singapore 259569), located next to NParks HQ, between 9am and 5.30pm on any working weekday. The schools are fully responsible for the care of the banners and specimens throughout the specified loan period.
  • The loan of the exhibition banners is free. 

 

Participating schools will qualify as a Community in Nature (CIN) School for helping to increase awareness about Singapore’s biodiversity in their school.

To request for the Roving Biodiversity Exhibition Panels, please fill in this request form.

 

 

Last updated on 26 April 2019

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