The Environmental Tacklers Action Group worked with Bunnings to build 4 rectangular garden beds with timber sleepers. Each garden bed was then planted with various plants that reflect the 5 senses such as herbs in the taste garden bed and Lamb’s Ear in the touch garden bed. Bamboo was planted separately to represent the sense of hearing. An arch at the entrance welcomes students in to explore the area.
Biodiversity Case Study – Bayswater West Primary School
By Bayswater West Primary School | April 24, 2013
Hi, we’re students at Bayswater West Primary School and we’re here to tell you about the habitats and biodiversity at our school. We have a great environment around us and […]
Water Tank for our toilets
By St Therese Catholic Primary School, Torquay | April 29, 2013
Barwon Water gave St Therese a grant of $3500 after Mr McCarthy applied for it. We spent it on a tank which was put behind the toilets. All the water […]
By Brunswick South West Primary School | May 13, 2015
Thanks to a group of parents, who have been gardening with our students, the worm farm is now ready for action.
5 Star School
By Wesley College, Glen Waverley Campus | May 2, 2013
Students at Wesley College Melbourne’s Glen Waverley campus are involved in many facets of environmental education. We are proud participants in the Sustainable Schools Program. A large proportion of our […]
What Inspires Me – Interview with Shane French
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | November 3, 2015
We interview our very own Shane French, manager of our Excursion and Incursion programs at CERES. Shane has worked at CERES for over 10 years, which he says is one of the biggest highlights of his journey so far. Read more about Shane’s sustainability highlights, biggest obstacles, and some exciting things coming up for CERES Education!