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This year WSS celebrated 20 years of schools avoiding and recovering waste, teaching and engaging students and community in long term positive waste behaviours!
Elizabeth Carr AM, Chair of the Waste Authority cut the birthday cake with students from Beeliar PS, Kennedy Baptist College and Mary’s Mount PS. Congratulations to all the amazing schools, teachers, students, and parents who make such a wonderful difference everyday!
Want to make a difference at your school? Check out how to become a WasteSorted School to find out more.
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Date: Tuesday 20th June
Time: 3:45 – 6:30pm
Venue: The Bendat Parent and Community Centre, Dodd St, Wembley
Hear from primary and secondary accredited WasteSorted Schools about successful waste management practices they have implemented at their school. They will share ideas and experiences about how they have created a successful program including set up, maintenance, engaging students and the wider school community.
Presentations will be in 2 separate rooms - one for primary and one for secondary schools.
Beeliar Primary School
Cloverdale Primary School
Eden Hill Primary School
Somerly Primary School
South Coogee Primary School
Duncraig Senior Hgh School
Emmanuel Catholic College
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/teachmeet-waste-and-sustainability-in-primary-and-secondary-schools-tickets-621255791797
Student Meet: waste and sustainability in secondary schools
Date: Tuesday 1st August
Time: 4 – 7pm
Venue: St Norbert College, 135 Treasure Road, Queens Park 6107
This event is for secondary school students who want to drive change in waste and sustainability at their school. Hear from other secondary students about successful waste management and sustainability practices they have implemented. They will share ideas and experiences about what they have set up, how they run it, and how they engage the rest of the school.
Tours of St Norbert College will be on offer to see their sustainability in action.
There will also be a guest speaker, sustainability stall holders, a chance to network with students from other high schools, and light refreshments provided at the end.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/student-meet-waste-and-sustainability-in-secondary-schools-tickets-620525417227