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Schoolchildren will be able to awaken their curiosity for the marine world, acquire knowledge and concrete tools to be part of its preservation.
Minimum duration of a school visit: 3 hours
Activities aimed at different school levels: infant, primary, secondary and baccalaureate.
Prepare your visit to the centre
Download our Environmental Education Programme for the academic year 2023/24 and find out about all the activities we have prepared.
You will find all the information you need to plan your visit.
- A full day with a guided visit to Palma Aquarium.
- 3D Cinema Experience special Whales or Planets
- Gardening workshop
- Fossils workshop
- Explore the sharks
- Prepare and feed the fish
- Marine Wildlife Rescue Simulation
- Chiquipark - Nautilus park
- Lunch, snacks, dinner and breakfast included
School activities available
- The rescue of Valentina the sea turtle A storyteller tells us about the adventures of the old and wise Valentina the sea turtle and her friends, who manage to save her from a very difficult situation.
- The song of the sea A storyteller tells us about some of the animals that live in the Posidonia meadow and how they all help to look after it.
- Gladius and the humpback whale A story that tells how Gladius, a swordfish, manages to rescue a whale trapped in plastic and rubbish with the help of his marine friends.
- Conservation of the Mediterranean seahorse: In a trivia game, pupils get to know the Mediterranean seahorse and learn about conservation efforts.
- Guardians of the Sea Pupils actively participate in a simulation of a sea turtle or dolphin rescue. They learn about the actions taken to protect them.
- The Mediterranean Network Through a role-playing game, students learn about sustainable fishing and responsible consumption of Mediterranean species.
- Shark conservation Stellaris Action Through a game, pupils learn how the project for the reproduction and reintroduction of an endangered shark species in the Mediterranean is carried out.
- Biologist for a day Through the dissection of a fish, students learn to relate the anatomical characteristics of fish to their way of life and diet.
- Building coral cities In this game we will build a coral reef and learn about the different dynamics and interactions that occur between its inhabitants.
- Aquarist for a day (Recommended for science baccalaureate) In this activity, students experience the day-to-day life of an aquarist at Palma Aquarium. They understand the essential role of this profession in the conservation of our animals.
What is oceanic culture?
Ocean culture is about knowing the influence that the ocean has on humans and realising that humans also have an enormous influence on the ocean. It is based on seven "Essential Principles" that we need to know:
- The ocean plays a key ecological role in the functioning of planet Earth.
- The ocean makes Earth a habitable planet.
- The ocean, and the life it contains, shapes the characteristics of the Earth.
- The ocean supports a great diversity of ecosystems and life
- The ocean exerts a great influence on weather and climate conditions
- The ocean and humans are inextricably interconnected
- The ocean remains largely unexplored
Aquariums have a responsibility to promote "ocean culture" by making science, marine biology, oceanography and conservation management accessible to society at large, positioning citizens as the real actors in protecting our oceans and their resources.