‘Halve Our Waste’ with Frankston City Council

Halve_our_waste_logoGould League are excited to announce that we have been engaged by Frankston City Council to deliver programs to 25 Schools and Early Learning Centres within the municipality to support them in reducing their waste as part of the ‘Halve Our Waste’ program.

Participating schools are funded by Council to receive:

  • up to two free compost bins OR a compost bin and a worm farm
  • up to two free recycling bins
  • a toolkit all about composting, worm farming and recycling and how to do these at school
  • an activity kit with printable activity resources
  • access to online resources
  • a customised workshop for each school or preschool, on how to reduce waste at school – delivered by Gould League as an incursion, or excursion to our Sustainability Centre in Moorabbin.

In exchange, schools and preschools commit to:

  • establishing a food scraps collection program and recycling collection program in at least one class room
  • teaching students how to recycle, compost and/or worm farm correctly
  • providing a case study story
  • joining the Teachers Environmental Network (for primary or secondary schools)

We’re thrilled to announce that the following 10 Schools and 15 Early Learning Centres are involved in the program:

St Augustine’s Primary
Ballam Park Primary School
Bayside Christian College Early Learning Centre
Delacombe Park Pre School
Elisabeth Murdoch College
Erinwood Preschool
Frankston Preschool
Langwarrin Park Pre-School
Little Acorns Child Care Centre
Nepean Special School
Overport Primary School
St Francis Xavier
Belvedere Park Pre School
Banyan Fields Primary School
Botany Park Pre-School
Carrum Downs Early Learning Centre
Carrum Downs Secondary College
Kananook Pre School
Mahongany Rise Primary School
Rowellyn Pre-School
Seaford Heights Preschool
Seaford Kindergarten
St. Annes Primary School
Wirilda Pre School Assoc Inc
Banyan Fields Kindergarten


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