Growing: Broad Beans are one of the easiest crops to grow in[…]
Fordham Avenue Kindergarten class had a wonderful time learning all about worms[…]
Gould League is excited to announce that we have been issued a licence by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries to utilise the Discovery Tree Room in Toolangi. We wish to express our sincere gratitude to Toolangi Community House for their generous support of storage facilities for the past two years.
Check out our 2013 Membership badge, featuring a gorgeous Leadbeater’s Possum – a very special keepsake celebrating our rescue of the Toolangi State Forest Education Programs.
Gould League in partnership with City of Boroondara is delivering an exciting waste minimisation pilot project to ten schools and early education centres in Boroondara.
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.
Staff and volunteers had a fantastic day spreading the word about Gould[…]
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!
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.
Gould League’s award-winning Multicultural School Gardens program continues to reap social, educational and environmental benefits for disadvantaged Melbourne schools.
Term 2, 2013, was the busiest term Gould League has seen in many years: over 80 school excursion and outreach programs, with 43 of those in Toolangi State Forest!
The majority of schools in our current ‘Students Futurescaping Schools’ cohort have elected to plan, plant, celebrate and integrate a ‘Wildscape’ habitat garden into their school and curriculum!
We’ve revamped our Early Childhood programs and have been getting fantastic feedback from our excursion programs at Moorabbin and our outreach programs.
In recognition of the International Year of Water Cooperation, Gould League can support your students in learning about Water in a number of ways.
Together with Marine Care Ricketts Point Inc., Gould League is pleased to share with you an opportunity for primary and secondary schools to apply for a grant-funded marine education experience at Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary, Beaumaris for 2013 (normally valued at $725 +GST).
Gould League has welcomed the decision by Victoria’s Minister for Environment and Climate Change, the Hon Ryan Smith, that the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) instigate a new arrangement for the continued delivery of forest education services in the Toolangi area.
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 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.
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.
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.