Green Schools Program

Our yearly Green Schools Program offers free hands-on educational experiences, such as student leadership training, staff professional development sessions (online and face-to-face) and incursions and excursions on a range of topics including biodiversity, water, energy, Indigenous culture, gardening, waste and recycling.

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Download the Stonnington Green Schools Program 2017 (full)(PDF, 2MB)

Browse the Green Schools Program by sections

All sessions link to one or more of the following Victorian Curriculum standards: Humanities, Science, English, Civics and Citizenship and the cross-curriculum priorities.

Contact us

To learn more about the free opportunities available through our Green Schools Program or to tailor a session to suit specific learning outcomes, please contact Stonnington's Environmental Education Officer on 8290 2051 or email.

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Staff PD: Scholarship Program delivered by Cool Australia

Our Scholarship Program includes a wide range of fully subsidised Cool Australia online professional development courses.

Embed sustainability into your current curriculum, measure waste using Maths and teach about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures, all in just 1-2 hours.

  • Learn anywhere, anytime
  • Explore at your own pace
  • Get practical advice and resources
  • Boost your PD hours

Teachers have access to the course for 12 months from the date of enrolment. Invite your colleagues and learn together. 

For course details download our City of Stonnington Staff Scholarship Program 2017(PDF, 6MB).      

Visit our Environmental Education and Design Centre and Glen Iris Wetlands!

Our Environmental Education Centre at TH King Pavilion, 1650 High Street, Glen Iris is a multi-purpose community space and sports pavilion that showcases a range of environmentally sustainable design features including a green roof, thermal chimney and carpet made from recycled fishing nets. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of the natural environment on a short walk to the nearby Glen Iris Wetlands and Gardiners Creek. 

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Keep up to-date on grants and free resources, professional development opportunities and sessions available to support your curriculum objectives by subscribing to our monthly Schools and ELCs enewsletter.

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