Year 11 students have used their student voice to promote the importance of green waste composting. The students created a proposal and presented it to the Principal’s Leadership Team who allowed them a budget to purchase the solar cone compost bin ($200 through Compost Revolution). With the assistance of maintenance, the students installed the bin, are now reducing their carbon footprint and educating other students about their important environmental action. During National Recycle Week, the students invited students to come along for a chat about their waste journey. The Sustainability and Environment Team are very proud of their efforts and passion.
National Recycle Week – Green Waste Chat
By Blackburn Lake Primary School | April 24, 2013
Biodiversity @ Blackburn Lake Primary School Achievements and outcomes Our three most significant achievements to become Biodiversity Smart since June 2010 are: The successful application for funding for a Rain […]
By St. Peter's Parish Primary School, Bentleigh East | April 29, 2013
Twelve new classrooms, a new Library, Admin area, a state of the art ICT facility, classroom upgrades, new carpets, interactive whiteboards – in the midst of all of this change, […]