The Curriculum Enrichment Program (CEP) strives to enhance local STEM development by focusing on supporting local teachers that would like to bring BIOS's cutting edge science and immersive experiences to their students. Additionally, staff of CEP arrange and host work shadow placements and serve as judges at science fairs throughout the academic year.
Are you a teacher interested in the experiences that BIOS could offer your class? Please contact email@example.com to book one of the following experiences:
- Snorkel Experience: 20 student maximum, $778
- Nonsuch Island Excursion: 20 student maximum, $778
- Adventures in Plankton: 20 student maximum, $513
- Climate Change Workshop (Boat/Lab Investigation): 20 student maximum, $835 (with boat) or $456
- Nunnemacher Reserve: 20 student maximum, $228
- Marine Debris Workshop at Whalebone Bay: 20 student maximum, $383
- Operation Seagrass: 20 student maximum, $778
- The Lionfish Invasion: 20 student maximum, $778
- The Golden Rainforest (seasonal): 20 student maximum, $778
Please see descriptions of Curriculum Enrichment Program offerings here. Ocean Academy is committed to supporting students’ experiential learning needs, and in recognition of the financial limitations of schools, Ocean Academy Field Trip Grants are available to support these experiences.
Additionally, Ocean Academy believes in building and maintaining collaborations with other local organizations centered on delivering hands-on science experiences that plunge students into learning. Our relationships improve our ability to promote personal growth, academic achievement and stewardship of the ocean environment among Bermudian youth.
The current organizations working with Ocean Academy’s Curriculum Enrichment Program are; Bermuda Sloop Foundation, Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ), and Raleigh Bermuda. The Curriculum Enrichment Program supports these organizations through hands-on activities that foster ocean literacy through experiential learning.