Since 2007, Highvale Primary School has focused its sustainability program to reduce mains water use and increase support for local biodiversity. Read more about what our school is doing regarding water.
Highvale Primary School Water Case Study
By CERES Education – Excursions Team | August 2, 2015
Batteries are toxic time bombs. Only around 6% of batteries get recycled in Australia, leaving over 10,000 tonnes that go to landfill. Can you imagine all the heavy metals and other toxic elements seeping into the environment as a result?!
By Belle Vue Primary School | November 14, 2019
Belle Vue Primary School is located in Melbourne’s inner east, nestled along the banks of the Yarra River. We are a small school of around 200 students who have a […]
By Mildura West Primary School | April 26, 2013
At Mildura West Primary School in the Victorian border town of Mildura, the students are all too aware of the environmental problems that plague the Murray River. They are actively […]