EnviroCampus - Waste Education Online
This program is currently seeking funding support. Self-funded clusters welcome.
A mentored whole school sustainable operations and learning framework with a focus on waste education.
This fully mentored, 12-month school program includes teacher professional development, student and teacher access to online curriculum, resources, tools and activities, networking with other schools and technical support, and offers the potential for schools to halve their waste and save up to $3000 a year.
If your school, council or cluster is interested in participating in the program, please complete our online Registration of Interest so we can include you in funding applications and place you at the front of the queue should further places become available.
What your school receives
Participating schools will receive:
- a full day teacher professional development seminar with CRT funding,
- 9 months of student and teacher access to the online curriculum, resources, tools and activities (which the school can then choose to extend),
- ongoing mentoring and support from the Gould League’s experienced environmental educators,
- networking with like-minded schools,
- technical support.
In return, we ask that your school makes a commitment to participate actively in all aspects of the project to make sure you reap the most benefit and so all participating schools benefit from a dynamic project.
Meeting educational outcomes
Gould League programs help your school meet government priority areas including e5 instructional model, Victorian Essential Learnings Standards (VELS), Australian Curriculum, Principles of Learning and Teaching (PoLT), Performance and Development Culture, as well as supporting many strategies and priorities identified in government documentation.
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EnviroCampus - Waste Education in Melbourne's West 2010
The 2010 round of this program, funded through the Environmental Planning Authority’s Alternative Penalties project, is now complete. Congratulations to the following schools who participated in the project during 2010:
- Carranballac College
- Copperfield College
- Manorvale Primary School
- Sunbury Primary School
- The Grange
- Yarraville West Primary School
- Movelle Primary School
Register your interest
While the current round of the program has finished, we are always seeking further funding and support so please complete our online Registration of Interest so we can include you in funding applications and place you at the front of the queue should further places become available.