Observatory Hill Environmental Education Centre

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Eco Schools Australia Training

Course code

RG05758 (5 hours of registered professional learning) 

Course details

Eco-Schools Australia - a platform for whole school student environmental leadership

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to support your school’s sustainability journey, enhance your student’s environmental leadership, and be part of a global network of schools working towards improving their ecological footprint? Teachers are invited to attend a one day, NESA registered, professional learning course, that will increase their confidence to act as facilitators of a whole-school, student-led, environmental program. The DoE endorsed Eco-Schools Australia program is a structured step-by-step program that will help you to better support your school’s sustainability journey. What better way to celebrate World Environment Day.

Participants will

  • Discuss present structures and features of Eco-Schools Australia, including the 7 Step process towards obtaining the three award levels, Bronze, Silver and Green Flag.
  • Conduct an ‘eco-snapshot’ in a real school environment, addressing four areas: energy, waste, water and biodiversity.
  • Discuss and share practical strategies to maximise whole school engagement and success.
  • Examine strategies for using school eco-snapshot data to facilitate students through the process of developing an action plan in line with the Eco-Schools Australia framework. 

Next scheduled course

Date: Friday 5th June,

Time: 8.30 - 3.30

Location Summer Hill PS, Moonbie St, Summer Hill, NSW, 2130. Off street parking is available and the school is a short walk from Summer Hill railway station or the Lewisham West light rail station.


$30 - Includes morning tea and lunch


Glen Halliday 

Ph 92477321 or 0400 230 699


Register via MyPL on: https://myplsso.education.nsw.gov.au/q/RG04758

Download the Course Flyer (Word Doc 154KB)

Follow-up Resources:

TBC after the event


Energy Australia energy monitoring program Webgraphs


Sydney Water Education website Sydney Water 


DOE Sustainability Curriculum Support 
Sustainable Schools  To help you stay in touch with sustainable schools, sign up to the Sustainable Schools NSW newsletter. Its available twice a term and has lots of great information. 

Digital technologies for outdoor learning

Digital Technologies for K-6 Science (Thanks to Jill Bell – Royal National Park EEC).