Classroom Kids Club
||Give environmental education at your school a boost by signing up for a Gould League Kids Club classroom membership.
We are offering membership for just $300 per class of up to 30 students (that's only $10 per student!). This is a great way to inspire your class to learn about the environment together.
Each Gould League Classroom Kids Clubber receives their own:
- special Gould League Badge
- personalised full colour Certificate
- one lucky dip Gould League Badge
- membership number and access to our Kids Club only website
- chance to contribute to the newsletter
For each class signed up the school receives
- quarterly emailed Kids Club Newsletter to distribute amongst the students
- five Australian Guide to Pondlife books per class signed up
- one Ponding (teacher resource guide book
by Wilhelmina Wallis and Chris Smyth) per class signed up
Gould League Classroom Kids Club is great value at just $300 for up to 30 students ($10 per student over 30 students)
(GST inclusive). FREE POSTAGE!
Download the Classroom Kids Club application form now...
Here’s what Roseville College thinks about the Classroom Kids Club
"Our Roseville College Gould League Club was started in 2002 by two junior school teachers and has gone from strength to strength. This year (2010), our club has over 50 members from Years 1, 2 and 3.
The girls all treasure their personalised certificate from Gould League Australia, which helps to inspire and direct our activities. Everyone is learning to make decisions about sustainable lifestyles and loves to teach their family too!
Predicting, observing, questioning, collecting, recording data, offering explanations – these are all learning processes, skills and attitudes that we encourage with our hands-on activities, supported by a great collection of posters and books from Gould League Australia’s resources. We investigate our school surroundings, compost, make and maintain worm farms, plant seeds and seedlings and lots more! We have loads of fun! This year we have our junior school environmental captain and some of er Year 6 friends helping to organise and run our weekly activities.
A major highlight in Term 1 is our annual guessing competition related to the animal on the Gould League badge. We give clues and then research the animal.
Everyone loves using computers and it’s great having a personalised member number to access Gould League Australia’s members-only fun and informative pages.
Gould League is a wonderful support.”
Heather McKeith and Mrs Henrietta Miller