The CERES Education Outreach team held their twice-yearly Partner Brunch for their wonderful Partner organisations on Nov 27th, which included ‘Eating the Dots’ as well as ‘Connecting the Dots’!
On Thursday the 7th of May, the organisation CERES (Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies) visited Nossal High School to run a ‘Do More with Less’ incursion. Alex […]
In 2004 Geelong East Primary School received $6080 from the State Energy Authority of Victoria (SEAV) to reduce our electricity consumption as part of the Sustainable Energy In Education Facilities(SEIEF) […]
Today the children in Room 3 began works on our garden beds. Discussions were held with the children as a group in regards to what vegetable they thought should be […]