Stella & Emma started a project about Solar Buddies which took over a year to complete. Solar Buddy is a not-for-profit organization that helps people that don’t have access to sustainable light. All you need to do is give solar buddies the money and they will send you the little solar powered lights which are solar buddies. You then need to build the solar buddies, which is very easy; choose which developing communities you want to send them to. Send the built solar buddies back to the organisation and they will send the solar buddies to the school where (depending on how many you raised funds for) each student will get one. We are not only helping our school but helping other communities in need.
September 2016 Sustainable School of the Month – St Augustine’s School, Frankston South
By St Augustine’s Primary School | September 12, 2016
To celebrate Frankston City’s status as Australia’s Sustainable City of the Year 2015, each month from June to November a local school will be chosen as the Sustainable School of […]
Petition for Premier Napthine to adopt cash for containers
By Boomerang Alliance - Campaigning for Recycling | August 21, 2014
If enough of us voice our support before the November election, Premier Napthine will have to act, triggering other states to follow. This is an urgent call to action for Australia’s future – we need cash for containers NOW! PLEASE SIGN & SHARE!
Trash for Peace Incursion
By St Joseph the Worker School (Reservoir North) | April 12, 2016
Trash for Peace Incursion St Joseph The Worker Primary School was lucky enough to have an amazing person visit our school. Andrew, from an American organization called ‘Trash for Peace,’ […]
By Viewbank Primary School | July 16, 2013
A couple of years ago the students at Viewbank Primary school were concerned about Greenhouse Gases and how much electricity we were using in our classrooms. We decided to place drawings of black balloons in each room of the school to remind people to turn off light switches, heaters and air conditioners when they weren’t using them.
National Schools Tree Day
By Merri Creek Primary School | August 5, 2016
Merri Creek Primary School celerbrated National Schools Tree Day.