2014 Easter Fun
Rocky Shore Explore with JOT group
SST Marine Biologist, Meghan Rousseau, and Educational Officer, Ncumisa Mzaza, explored the Kenton on Sea Middle Beach with a group of children and facilitators from the local JOT (Jesus Our Teacher) group on Friday the 21st of March. The children were introduced to Ollie the Oyster Catcher, the mascot for SST Educational Programmes. Watch this video compilation of photographs taken by the children during the outing.
East London Aquarium & Rocky Shore Exploration
St Anne's Primary school Grade 7 students joined SST for a day of exploration and learning at the East London Aquarium and Rocky shores. The Grade 7's loved experiencing the pigeon feeding and exploring the shores using cameras sponsored by Canon.
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Photo walks in Kenton-on-Sea
SST hosted two photo walks in Kenton on Sea during the 2013 summer holiday season. The walks, led by photographer, David Stott, and marine scientist, Tony Ribbink, were met with positive feedback and encouragement from participants for offering similar future outings. Many individual participants as well as family group members remarked on how much they enjoyed the time out in nature together, exploring our coastline's splendours while extending their photographic skills.
Fun in the sun educational walk in Kenton on Sea
Marine Biologist, Meghan Rousseau, led a group of young sea enthusiasts on an exploratory walk on Kenton on Sea's Middle Beach on the 29th of December 2013, revealing the magical world of our coastal rock pools.
If you are keen to join future educational walks, suitable for the whole family, contact SST on firstname.lastname@example.org