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"These EcoWarriors from St Columba's Primary School in Elwood have been taking action to improve the health of Port Phillip Bay.
They have planted over 1,000 trees, counted nurdles and shells, welcomed short finned eels as they migrated into the local freshwater canal and have worked with their parent Green Team to design and create ...
According to Hansard (Wednesday 19 June), the Member for Brighton, James Newbury MP, very kindly said in Parliament:
St Columba's Catholic Primary School is a special school in my community. The school, ably led by Daniella Maddalena, was a finalist in the ResourceSmart School of the Year Awards. In 2018 the local foreshore became the classroom for students as they transformed their...
A quick snapshot of our incredibly busy 12 months: We achieved 5 stunning stars! We completed our Kids Teaching Kids conference Climate Change Choir is up and singing and the talk of the town Our rain garden is doing incredibly well We completed our informative expert in residence p...
We celebrated the last day of term by taking ""three for the sea""!
Every child was encouraged to collect 3 pieces of rubbish on their way to school and place them in the designated bins when they arrived at the gate.
And what a haul we got!
On behalf of Port Phillip Bay, thank you to all of the students, brothers, sisters and parents that took part.
We entered the Awards last term for our exciting STEAM Clean the Bay Project, a project generously funded with the support of a Victorian Government grant.
In May, the judge visited our school, received a presentation of our work and then went on a tour of the school meeting Ben and Heidi, two of our 3/4 Eco Warriors, on the way!
The Awards are be...
The 3/4 Eco Warriors have been working hard alongside the Port Phillip Eco Centre to learn all about the bay and how to improve its health. Divercity magazine showcased our students in their latest issue. Read the article for more information!