Staff and volunteers had a fantastic day spreading the word about Gould League’s fantastic programs and publications at the Australian Association for Environmental Education Conference Industry Fair yesterday! Conference attendees were the first to find out about an exciting new development for Gould League. Stay tuned for details…
On Sunday, October 14th 2012, between 12pm and 3pm, we would like to invite local residents, family groups, teachers and previous Moorabbin High School students to visit Gould League. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to explore our gardens and centre exhibits for a ‘Family Fun Day’.
Gould League and Marine Care Ricketts Point are pleased to announce that Gould League will now schedule and conduct all the education programs run at the Marine Education Centre within Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary!
Gould League has been fortunate to receive funding from Department of Education and Early Childhood Development to facilitate the “Students Futurescaping Schools” project (2012-2014) which will see five disadvantaged schools per year participating in this fully-funded program to increase the biodiversity within their school grounds.
It may be cold out, but Melbourne’s backyard beasts will be warm as toast this July when Centro Box Hill opens the gates to a Vegecation Winter Wonderland this school holidays.
Teachers, students, members & supporters can now keep in the loop with Gould League’s progress, programs, people, positive environmental actions and mini-beast pets by “liking” us on Facebook, and/or following us on Instagram and Twitter, for a fun and easy way to stay updated.
Gould League’s award-winning Multicultural School Gardens program continues to reap social, educational and environmental benefits for disadvantaged Melbourne schools.
Students from Noble Park English Language School, Keysborough Secondary College and Spring Parks Primary School have enjoyed action packed visits to the Gould League Environmental Sustainability Education Centre as part of the Educating Future Generations Project funded by the RACV in partnership with Landcare Australia.
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Congratulations to the following schools who will reap the educational, social and environmental benefits of Multicultural School Gardening in Terms 3 and 4: Belle Vue Park Primary School, Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School, Moreland Primary School, Maroondah Secondary College, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Ringwood,Hillsmeade Primary School, Westbreen Primary School, and Kingston Heath Primary School. In this final round of the Victorian Department […]