A new way of showing how maths is used in the real world to help create a sustainable future. Stefan Gates meets people using maths to find innovative solutions to the ecological challenges of our age.
It's handball tournament day and Mikey, Salwa and Jerry perform a rap in team outfits Jerry has made. The Battle of Block Street is epic and three players are chosen to represent the school at SASI-WESTS-HAT.
Barney and Gemma show that coral reefs are like our cities - and everyone has a job to do.
Barney and Gemma find there is a reason for the riot of colours in the reef's fishy world.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt find creatures that travel amazing distances underwater.
Interest Rates Last week Australia's interest rates were brought to an all-time low by the Reserve Bank. While that might not sound that interesting, it's something that could affect all of Australia. We find out why interest rates are so important and why the Reserve Bank thinks carefully before changing them. Tiananmen Square Anniversary Last week people around the world have marked the anniversary of a tragic event that happened in China 30 years ago. It's known as the Tiananmen Square massacre. But while it's famous in many countries, like Australia, the events of June 4, 1989, aren't talked about much by people in China. We find out more about what happened in Tiananmen Square and how it's remembered by Chinese people. Meditation We find out about a plan to make school a little more relaxing! In the last budget the government put money towards a program that teaches kids mindfulness and meditation. It's an ancient practice that, according to some experts, can have a big effect on your mental health. Camel Cuddles As far as pets go, camels might seem an unusual choice, but one family in Ipswich says their domestic dromedary is a great companion. They're encouraging other Aussies to adopt camels as a way of fighting Australia's feral pest problem. We find out more about Australia's wild camels and whether they could find a place in farmer's paddocks. Icy Adventure We meet two brothers, Monty and Ziggy, who have just come back from an epic overseas challenge. They set out to cross-country ski across the Arctic, even though they'd never skied before!
In Peru, Angel picks fruit and turns it into homemade ice-cream; in India, Anushka works hard in school, speaking two different languages.
Everyone needs a place to call their own, and the Barrier Reef gang is no different.
Jerry and Salwa lock horns training Mikey. Daddy has his Bullfrogs' debut, but when he misses an important tackle, Mikey cheers Daddy up with wise words.
Simon Coral and Danni Mantaray search for creatures that have the fishy factor.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt meet extreme recyclers in the Barrier Reef.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt find out about family ties under the sea.
Barney and Gemma investigate creatures with super senses in the Barrier Reef.
Barney and Gemma meet walking sharks, hitchhiking shrimps and squids with jet propulsion.
Barney and Gemma find out what happens in the Great Barrier Reef in the hours of darkness.
In this episode targeted at the Primary maths curriculum, Stefan visits a unique grocery in Manchester and learns how to reduce food waste by turning facts and figures into fractions and percentages.
Barney and Gemma meet deep diving dolphins and snorkelling trees in the Great Barrier Reef.
Jerry and Salwa join forces to train Mikey in handball and his power is epic, but his aim needs serious work.
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