I have been teaching secondary Biology and Geography on and off for the last 14 years after studying Environmental Science and a Graduate a Diploma of Education. On my three family leave breaks from teaching I have dabbled in working as a Parks Victoria Ranger and as a sessional educator for a local council and […]
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Four classes of Grade 3’s from Lynbrook Primary School visited our Sustainability Excursion Centre last Thursday for a full day of hands-on learning with our Natural Links program.
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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 […]
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.
Happy New Year! Did you make some resolutions for 2015? Maybe to eat healthier, get fitter or spend more time with loved ones? How about some goals to reduce your footprint and live greener? Here are 7 tips you may like to embrace in your home and/or work life… 1. Help Containers Help You Reusable containers […]
School holidays are over and you’re firing up to get your teeth sunk into turning your school into a lean, green, learning machine this term! Get your efforts recognised with these tips.
The entry period for Sustainability Victoria’s School Sustainability Awards have been extended to Fri 25 July! Open to all Victorian schools & Early Learning Centres doing good sustainability stuff.
That’s a wrap! The Waste Smart Schools and Families pilot project, which concluded June 2014, explored the potential to divert waste to landfill and reduce contamination of recycling in the City of Boroondara municipality by engaging six Boroondara schools and two Early Education Centres and their families in waste management activities/behaviours.
To help Victorian schools actively build sustainability into the fabric of everyday school and community life, ResourceSmart AuSSI Vic now has consortia of service providers in each of the nine Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) regions. Gould League is pleased to be a member of the Southern Metropolitan Region consortium.