Frankston City Council has engaged the Gould League to get four year olds in 25 preschools excited about biodiversity and waste reduction through specially designed, fun-filled activity sessions.
While there is a great deal of talk in environmental education circles about how best to deliver effective environmental sustainability education in early childhood environments, the Gould League is already applying its proven, practical, hands-on approach to deliver environmental adventures to preschoolers across Melbourne. The preschools keenly accepted the offer of FREE Gould League ‘Environmental Adventures’ incursion programs, generously funded by the Council.
Featuring singing, puppets, hands-on and outdoor activities, stories and more, the program will offer something to delight every student as they explore the whys and hows of composting, worm farms, recycling and biodiversity in activities designed specifically for this age group by Gould League’s expert educators. Each preschool also receives a resource pack to help support ongoing discussion about the themes and activities introduced in the program.
We are delighted to be working with the following City of Frankston preschools throughout May and June: Baden Powell, Ballam Park, Bayport , Bayview, Belvedere Park, Botany Park, Bowerbird, Bruce Park, Delacombe Park, East Karingal, Erinwood, Joy Street, Kananook, Karingal Place, Langwarrin Park, Langwarrin, Montague Park, Paratea, Riviera, Rowellyn, Seaford, Seaford Heights, William Road, Wirilda and Wonnai.