The 2019 Steps to Sustainability Conference will showcase how teachers are using sustainability to support the Victorian Curriculum and how schools are implementing the ResourceSmart Schools program and United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Join over 200 teachers, environmental educators and local government officers to discover how to connect students to life on land and below water including local waterways and Port Phillip Bay. Presenters will share real life experiences from schools that have recently started on their sustainability journey through to those who have been the leaders for numerous years.
Key note speakers:
- Arron Wood, City of Melbourne Deputy Lord Mayor and Kids Teaching Kids Director
- Summer Howarth and Cheryl Laks, Zoos Victoria
This conference has been designed especially for people working on school sustainability projects and curriculum initiatives. Enjoy a day at the Zoo, meet other teachers and get lots of ideas to take back to your workplace.
Teachers will receive a participation certificate acknowledging VIT professional development hours.
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.
Our event is waste wise.
Cost is $99.26 including GST and online booking fee. Includes morning tea, lunch and entry to the Zoo.Book via Eventbrite
Download the flyer to share with your staff Steps to Sustainability Flyer
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