…& some second hand gems! We’ve had the biggest spring clean imaginable with our move from our Genoa St Sustainability Centre, which had been our office, excursion centre and heart of our organisation for over 20 years. As you can imagine, especially with a staff of environmentally conscious individuals (read: experts at reusing items, therefore […]
Open for Business – Book now for Term 4!
Gould League is constantly evolving. As we begin an exciting new chapter at Le Page Primary School, with our inaugural excursion program being run today in our new centre, we’d like to take the time to reflect on our decades at Genoa St. The organization was fortunate to be granted our peppercorn lease onsite with […]
Gould League is excited to announce that we’ve just signed a 15 year lease with the Department of Education to inhabit the front wing of Le Page Primary School in Cheltenham. This unique opportunity demonstrates the Department’s support for our organisation’s mission and honours our history together. Let’s step right back in time for a […]
Gould League partners students from the Academy of Design, Melbourne to design and produce minibeast costumes.
We are pleased to announce that effective 11 July 2016, Gould League will be relocating to Le Page Primary School in Argus St, Cheltenham. Our new premises will be shared with the Primary School and provide great opportunity for visiting students, as it is located in similar municipality to our previous site.In preparation for the move, we are strengthening […]
This year’s badge represents our Australian Native Wildlife with a Tiger Quoll. Whether you are an Adult, Family, Kids or Classroom Kids Club, this badge will make a wonderful keepsake whilst supporting environmental education through our small devoted organisation.
The Gould League Food Web game has been played by many teachers and students over the years and once again is available as a fun and engaging education tool.
We’ve redeveloped our Secondary programs to meet your needs as a teacher with excursion programs at Ricketts Point and Toolangi/Kinglake.
Gould League is excited to announce our latest funded garden project – Wildscapes. A Gould League educator will work alongside students to produce a biodiversity garden on school grounds, encouraging connection to nature and integration of biodiversity within the curriculum.