Blueback – Adapted by Peta Murray from the book by Tim Winton
Blueback is an evocative story set along the Western Australian coastline. It captures the mystery of the sea and the majesty of an old fish called “Blueback”, and the moment when an inquisitive boy becomes a man of conviction, prepared to stand up for what he loves and believes in.
One of Tim Winton’s most personal and quintessentially Western Australian stories, Blueback depicts the life of a young boy, Abel, and his mother, their relationship with the environment and their desire to protect and preserve the natural habitat of the place they call home.
Blueback is not only a comprehensive feast of general capability skills, it spans numerous learning areas including seasons, cycles of life, sustainability, ethical understanding, personal and social capability are all very present.
//English, science, Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Physical Education, Technologies, The Arts
// Literacy, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability,Ethical understanding
Monday 8 April: 10am & 1pm
Tuesday 9 April: 10am & 1pm
Wednesday 10 April: 10am & 1pm
Thursday 11 April: 10am & 1pm
Friday 12 April: 10am & 1pm
Standard Price: $8 per student
Group of 40+: $6.50 per student
For every 8 students, 1 teacher attends free.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, 1 Short Street Fremantle (opposite the Fremantle Train Station)
Find out more
REQUEST TO BOOK or call our Bookings and Administrations Officer on 9335 5044. Please note the form is a request to book only and your booking request is subject to availability.
DOWNLOAD the 2019 School Program
Perfect for Year 1+