The 2018 Steps to Sustainability Conference will explore and showcase how schools are implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals at their school through presentations and workshops delivered by teachers.
Join over 170 teachers, parents, local government officers and educators to experience a wide variety of school sustainability examples and experiences including state, catholic, independant, ELC, Primary, Secondary, metro and regional schools. Presenters are from schools and early learning centres who have recently started on their sustainability journey through to those who have been the leaders for numerous years.
This conference is suitable for all participants interested in school and ELC sustainability who would like to learn real life experiences from other teachers and educators. The Conference streams will include presentations and workshops on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The conference will use a variety of the Zoo’s educational spaces so be ready for walking and for glimpsing wildlife the general public don’t normally experience.
Organisers encourage you to use sustainable transport options (details on the booking page). 5-hour City of Melbourne parking is available and it will be the responsibility of the participant to move their vehicle as required.
The event is waste wise.
Cost is $70 + GST and online booking fee. Includes morning tea, lunch and entry to the Zoo.Book via EventBrite
TBC: Participants who register before (date to be confirmed) 2018 will be eligible for apply for a $500 Sustainability School Project grant with funding provided by Bendigo Community Bank. The link to the short application will be emailed to those who register and the successful schools will be announced at the Conference.
Need further information? Please contact event organisers:
Karen Jones, Port Phillip EcoCentre
P: 03 9525 3102 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Wynne, St Louis de Montfort Primary School
P: 03 9580 5169 E: email@example.com