Here is a list of some of the things we’ve done so far at Caulfield South Primary School as part of our sustainability program. Also listed are some of our visions for the future.
Our Say – Helping wildlife at schools
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | February 4, 2015
By Ally Borgelt. Anyone who has met me knows about my love of wildlife, and the orphaned ringtail possums that I’ve been looking after. Here are some things to do for wildlife at your school.
Reduce Reuse Recycle
By Newlands Preschool | July 2, 2019
We introduced some new recycling bins in the curriculum. We discussed what items can be placed in these bins (paper, cardboard, scraps of paper, empty boxes and cartons) Children have […]
St Catherine’s awarded 2015 School of the Year by Kingston Council
By St Catherine’s Primary School | December 10, 2015
St Catherine’s is proud to announce it is a joint recipient of the 2015 ‘i sea, i care’ award for School of the Year! We were named together with Mentone […]
2012 Sandringham House Environment Report
By Firbank Grammar School – Sandringham House | April 25, 2013
2012 Sandringham House Environment Report Sandy House has continued its dedication to protecting the environment in 2012. This year we have been doing some environmental outreach with lots of kids […]
Carbon Sinks Program (2008 – 2009)
By Princes Hill Primary School | April 27, 2013
Princes Hill Primary School commenced the Carbon Sink Project as a 5-Star Sustainable School under the previous AuSSI (now Resource Smart) framework. During this previous 3-year project, curriculum and educational […]