We use this award to encourage our community to use an environmentally-friendly means of transport when travelling to and from school. Every Friday, each class keeps a tally of the number of students who have travelled to school, in an environentally friendly way. The grade with the highest tally is presented with the trophy at our whole-school assembly. The winning grade is also noted in our school newsletter.
Williamstown Primary’s Walk to School Award
By Melbourne Water Education Programs | March 13, 2014
This program brings schools together to share their knowledge of water and contribute to a discussion of how to protect our waterways. Connects to the Biodiversity, Waste and Water modules of ResourceSmart AuSSI Vic.
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | May 1, 2013
‘As Science Turns its Attention to Feeling’ by Ken Robinson Written for the Huffington Post, Posted: 1/13/12 Original text: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sir-ken-robinson/science-feeling-mindful-living_b_1205675.html Ken Robinson’s website: http://sirkenrobinson.com/ Science is now discovering what artists have long understood: […]
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | April 29, 2013
Dreamtime Story Animation “Tiddalick The Frog” for the Marambul Yuganha Exhibition at the Griffith campus of TAFE NSW Riverina Institute 2011. Exhibition Coordinator: Carolyn White Animation by: Mick Ashley – […]