For World Book Day our students brought along pre loved books in great condition to share with less advantaged communities. Pictured is Charlotte with the books collected from our families. They will be sent to Indigenous Communities and our sister school in Lombok, Indonesia.
Biodiversity at Preshil
By Preshil The Margaret Lyttle Memorial School (Arlington Campus) | April 16, 2015
At Preshil, we have been busy with a great project to enhance biodiversity within our school and our curriculum. Check out our school blog to read more
Our Lady of Lourdes Core Module Case Study
By Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School | April 26, 2013
This year, Our Lady of Lourdes School began our ResourceSmart AussiVic journey by embarking on CORE module with the help of our CERES (Centre for Education and Research in Environmental […]
A New Season, A New Year
By Mernda Central P-12 College | April 21, 2021
Autumn is well and truly here and our year 2 students were thrilled to plant our new season’s garden for our Paddock to Plate Program. They have worked hard all […]
Learning about worms and the important work the do!
By Audrey Brooks Memorial Preschool | April 18, 2018
Each session the children are chosen individually to complete our ‘special jobs’. The children take responsibility for feeding our chooks, the guinea pig and our worms. Beginning our year, we […]
Gumboot Recycling and Exchange Program
By Cornish College | March 31, 2022
We noticed that, often in the Primary Years, people outgrow their gumboots before they out wear them. That means (if you don’t have people to hand them on to) that […]