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Bayside City Council – What’s on this Term

24th January 2017 BY: sustainabilityhub@ceres.org.au


Teacher Environment Network Meeting

When: Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Time: 
4:00 – 5:30pm
Where: 
St. Columba’s Primary School (Glenhuntly Rd, Elwood)
Details: 
This workshop will have a focus on Climate Change (social research) and Passion Mashing frameworks for getting colleagues on board with a movement for change in schools.
This TEN workshop will be facilitated by Dianna McDonald and David Speller from Sustainability Victoria, who may already be known to many educators for the work they do with the Resource Smart Schools programs. Dianna will be presenting the latest SV research on climate change and their TAKE2 initiative, assisting educators to build knowledge, skills and capacity so they can help their school take action on climate change. David will facilitate a Passion Mashing session demonstrating how to bring teachers on board with a Passion Mashing framework. This framework can provide a platform, to build teachers confidence when teaching Sustainability. The Passion Mashing can also help teachers become familiar with the Vic Curriculum by combining what they are passionate about with Sustainable organising ideas. This session has the potential to really assist you, the passionate teacher, get others to get on board and find their passion for sustainability teaching. 
Contact: 
Send an email to ten@ecocentre.com to RSVP and for any enquiries
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Dates for 2017 TEN Meetings

All TEN Meetings are delivered by the Port Phillip EcoCentre and co-funded by the Cities of Bayside and Port Phillip. PD’s are free but please RSVP to ten@ecocentre.com including your dietary needs and a learning goal if you are interested in attending. PDs will be hosted by a school in Bayside City Council or City of Port Phillip areas.

18 October 2017 – Waste 4 – 5.30pm, within the Bayside area
22 November 2017 – Beach Citizen Science, Waste and Water, 4 – 5.30pm. Location TBC

 

Events

Port Phillip EcoCentre’s Sustainable Schools Festival

When: Friday, 15 September 2017
Time: 9:30am – 2:30pm
Where: St. Kilda Town Hall (Brighton Road, St. Kilda)

Details: The School Sustainability Festival is now in its 12th year and open to all schools!
This is a fantastic day filled with workshops, awards and fun. Connect your primary or secondary students to inspiring leadership and practical sustainability ideas through a variety of 20 minute student-led workshops, Aboriginal Cultural activities, food and music. The event is free for green teams or one class. Visit Port Phillip EcoCentre’s website for more details or see flyer below.
Contact: Send an email to schools@ecocentre.com to register, run a workshop, or for any enquiries.
Download flyer


Our gardens, our refuge exhibition

When: 12 July to 9 August 2017
Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Cost: Free
Where: Bayside City Council (76 Royal Avenue, Sandringham VIC 3191)

Details: Our gardens, our refuge is an exhibition of photographs of private gardens that reveal their owners relationships with them. An exhibition at ARTrium Exhibition Space.

The exhibition explores the importance of private open space illustrating the positive effect gardens have on our lives and well-being. Our gardens, our refuge is a celebration of some of the wonderful garden havens in Bayside.
As well as an exhibition of amazing photographs from members of the Bayside community it will also feature terrific works from:

  • Hampton Primary School
  • St Joan of Arc, Brighton
  • St Joseph’s Primary School, Black Rock

The exhibition is also touring to libraries in the area until November, and will include two information sessions. Visit the Bayside City Council website for more details.