Sustainability at TMPS
In 2013, Thomas Mitchell Primary School began their journey in becoming a more sustainable school. Since then we have participated in a variety of programs in and outside the school to assist in educating the school community and wider community in being more sustainable in their school, home and work environment.
We have created a kitchen garden, built a butterfly garden, a food tucker garden and planted more native plants to support the wild life corridor in our community.
Wheelers Hill Primary School
February 25, 2021
Heading into 2021 WHPS are focusing on streaming and of course reducing waste in our school. Each classroom has a pod of waste streams including: paper co-mingle recycling compost soft […]
CERES Education – Outreach Team
September 9, 2014
St Louis de Montfort’s Primary School in Aspendale has been announced as a finalist in the 2014 Premier’s Sustainability Awards for their Leaders in Sustainable Education program, emphasising sustainability around their site and local area as part of their curriculum.
CEOM – Catholic Education Office Melbourne
April 25, 2013
In 2012 the CEOM ESD Committee is organising activities in each of the regions to promote education for the environment and sustainability. The PL opportunity for staff with contemporary learning […]
Frankston High School
May 3, 2013
Frankston High School began the sustainability journey in 2008. Frankston HS is committed to becoming a leader in sustainability over the next five years. Since embarking on the journey Frankston […]
Eastwood Primary School & Deaf Facility
March 27, 2018
Since beginning our Sustainability plan in 2016, we have developed many valuable practices at Eastwood. We have established many whole school sustainability initiatives and involve our students and the wider […]