Department of Education

Sustainable Schools WA

Sustainable Schools WA

Glen Forrest Primary


Teaching and Learning

The re-vegetation project is part of a wider EfS program that has been operating since 2005 incorporating:

  • Recycling of ring pulls
  • Recycling mobile phones
  • Permaculture garden
  • Native plant propagation
  • Becoming a Waterwise & Waste Wise school
  • Creation of worm farms
  • Recycling of printer cartridges
  • Using fair trade tea and coffee in the staffroom
  • Clean Up Australia Day
  • ‘Thinking Green’ section in the newsletter
  • Men of Trees – Million Trees program
  • Rescued chooks alongside the permaculture garden

 

Glen Forrest Primary
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