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Philip Green

BIO

Combining the knowledge of David Attenborough, the humour of Robin Williams and the daring of Indiana Jones, Philip’s infectious enthusiasm and expertise has been shared with over 280,000 students throughout Australia, USA, Central America and NZ, and has visited over 1200 schools in Australia alone presenting his range of highly acclaimed eco-science shows.

Philip Green has a large collection of museum-quality artefacts which he brings to school shows. He is also a National Geographic photographer, and projects his amazing photos at every presentation.

Philip has visited or lived with indigenous communities in North and Central America, New Zealand and Australia. In his eco-safaris across Australia, Philip has visited with local Aborigines living in Kakadu wetlands, outback deserts, inland river systems and mountain forests.

His wide-ranging knowledge, real life experiences and hugely enthusiastic presentation style make an enormous impact on students. Most shows are supported by extensive pre- and post-visit materials.

SHOWS

Aboriginal Survival Technology

  • Primary
  • Secondary

This dynamic presentation will give your students a visual and tactile experience of traditional technologies used by indigenous peoples across the varied environments of Australia’s deserts, mountains, rivers and sea shores.

Philip Green has a large collection of museum-quality artefacts which are given out in multiple touch-boxes for students to examine and handle. A National Geographic photographer, Philip will use his stunning photos in an audio-visual presentation of the native plants and wildlife used for food, clothing, medicine, shelter, weapons and art.

Philip has visited or lived with indigenous communities in North and Central America, New Zealand and Australia. In his eco-safaris across Australia, Philip has visited with local Aborigines living in Kakadu wetlands, outback deserts, inland river systems and mountain forests. He has collected artefacts and inspected Aboriginal sites in every Australian state. These experiences have inspired him to produce a cultural show that gives students the opportunity to connect hands-on with the survival technologies of Australia’s First People. Philip has visited over 1200 schools across Australia presenting his range highly-acclaimed of eco-science shows.

To see some fabulous images of artefacts used in the show please visit More Philip Green photos

Please note, this show requires a venue which can be darkened to show projections.

Check out Philip Green in the Media March 2010

“Philips depth of knowledge, presentation and ability to share his knowledge was outstanding!!! Philip was not only AMAZING but enthusiastic and highly motivating.”
St Columbkille’s Catholic Parish, Corrimal NSW

 

Ugly Bugs & Mini Beasts

  • Primary
  • Secondary

THE PROGRAMME FEATURES: Behaviour, Habitats and Life Cycles, School Ground Identification

INDOORS 60 MINUTES
– HANDS-ON specimens of spiders/insects including scorpions & the world’s deadliest spider (not live)
– DYNAMIC audio-visual show of bizarre bug behaviour, life cycles and food webs, etc.
– STUDENTS are now motivated and enthused to go outdoors and explore their school ground

OUTDOORS 20 Minutes
– DISCOVER some Creepy Crawlies in your school grounds, Awesome!
– DEMONSTRATION of simple insect catching techniques, suitable for student/teacher use EXPERIENCE “Wild Man” in action – in his natural habitat – amongst nature

Please note, this show requires a venue which can be darkened to show projections.

“Children were captivated by Philip’s performance. He inspired interest and enthusiasm. He is a passionate presenter able to share his passion with children of a wide age range. Excellent!”
Mahogany rise PS, VIC

Home Sweet Habitat

  • Primary
  • Secondary

Phillip takes the students on a journey of discovery through 5 Australian ecosystems – Rainforest, Desert, Woodlands, Wetlands and Marine.

INDOORS 60 Minutes
MOTIVATING! Creepy critters that live around the “Bush Dunny” habitat
TOUCHING! Habitat and wildlife monitoring equipment.
FEELING! Marine habitat specimens such as shark’s jaws! Really awesome!
SPELLBINDING! Audio-visuals with live commentary showing graphic detail of Aussie habitats and relationships to unique and endangered fauna

OUTDOORS 20 Minutes
EXPLORING! the school ground habitat through the “Naturalist” eyes of Phillip
DEMONSTRATING! methods of finding wildlife from scats, skulls, scratches, hoots and howls!
PARTICIPATING! as students are turned into 4 Aussie habitats and demonstrate plant/tree profiles and rainfall. An awesome, kinesthetic learning curve for all ages.

Please note, this show requires a venue which can be darkened to show projections.

“Philip Green literally had the students mesmerised for the entire time – they loved the letter that Wildman sent and could not wait for his performance.”
Albany Hills SS, QLD

Eco Trails

  • Primary
  • Secondary

Your students will be amazed at the biodiversity around your school.

During Philip’s visit, he will offer some practical ideas of how you can use local bio-diversity that you find within walking distance of your classroom as an ongoing teaching resource.

Town park, schoolground, street trees
Vacant “wasteland”/bushland
Creek/Drain/Wetland

Philip has visited or lived with indigenous communities in North and Central America, New Zealand and Australia.

In his eco-safaris across Australia, Philip has visited with local Aborigines living in Kakadu wetlands, outback deserts, inland river systems and mountain forests. He has collected artefacts and inspected Aboriginal sites in every Australian state. These experiences have inspired him to produce a cultural show that gives students the opportunity to connect hands-on with the survival technologies of Australia’s First People.

Philip has visited over 1200 schools across Australia presenting his range highly-acclaimed of eco-science shows.

“Excellent. Children were excited, stimulated, keen to investigate and learn more about their environment. His sessions are outstanding. He expertly brings knowledge and understanding of the environment to the children through his dynamic, interesting strategies and “bubbly” personality.”
Castletown PS, WA

Birds of Australia B-B-Bad, Beautiful and Bizarre!

  • Primary
  • Secondary

THE PROGRAMME FEATURES:
Behavior, Habitats and Life Cycles of Birds
School Ground Bird Identification

INDOORS 60 MINUTES
– Humorous and Hyped-up Bird Biology (suitable for all ages)
– Bird Observation techniques and Aboriginal bird names
– Hands-on samples of real bird’s nests and eggs
– Dynamic audio- visual show (photographed and narrated live by “Wild Man”)
– Interactive student participation
OUTDOORS 20 Minutes
– Discover the bird species of your school grounds
– Identify local bird calls and imitate some calls
– Look for birds in your school grounds
– Demonstrate nest box installation in school ground trees for wild, native birds

Please note, this show requires a venue which can be darkened to show projections.

“Fabulous!!! Students were extremely entertained from the smallest to the eldest. Excellent, excellent, excellent!!”
Leschenault Catholic PS, WA

Awesome Aussie Trees

  • Primary
  • Secondary

Following a dynamic audio visual presentation of his own world-class slides, Philip lets students’ eyes, ears, fingers and imaginations run wild with his museum quality specimens and artefacts. He vividly brings to life eight native tree genera, the wildlife that calls them home and the many uses indigenous people have put them to for thousands of years.

Moving outdoors, he then get students looking at nature in ways they’ve never done before.

INDOORS 60 Minutes
SEE – Genuine Aboriginal Tree Artifacts.
TOUCH – Australian fossilized tree samples from the age of the dinosaurs
FEEL – strange seeds of native species
HEAR – mystery sounds from the tree habitats
EXAMINE – and identify faeces samples from native wildlife dependent upon tree ecosystems

OUTDOORS 20 Minutes
DEMONSTRATE – the traditional Aboriginal use of native trees
I.D. – native trees creatively and memorably
OBSERVE – insects and birds
COLLECT – flowers & seeds from 5m up
SUGGEST – simples ways to create more bio-diversity, attracting butterflies, birds and mammals

Please note, this show requires a venue which can be darkened to show projections.

“Best hands-on show I’ve ever seen!”
Wanniassa School

Know Water Know Life

  • Primary
  • Secondary

Students of all ages will never be able to think about water in the same way after they have participated in this inspiring Wild Man Eco-Sustainability Show.

The programme features 8 Different Aussie Water Bodies and their associated “Circles of Life.”
Creeks & Rivers, Snow & Glaciers, Sewerage Ponds, Drains & Gutters, Ephemeral Pools, Billabongs, Wetlands, Lakes

Students will come to understand the following:
– Water-dependent Life Cycles of Flora & Fauna.
– Interconnection of all life in a catchment.
– Effects of Flood and Drought.
– Aborigines and their use of water.
– Water Pollution

Please note, this show requires a venue which can be darkened to show projections.

“What happened was like magic. Seeing children so thrilled about learning about the world around them doesn’t happen like this every day.”
Kaiapoi North School, NZ