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The 168 winning schools comprise a total of 937 teachers and 9,949 students.
Diverse projects include; a refugee vegetable garden, Aboriginal bush tucker program, frog pond marsh habitat, aquaponics systems, free range chicken coops, raised accessible vegetable beds garden and an upcycled native wildlife garden.
"We believe teaching sustainability is as important as practising it. The more our next generation know how to look after the world now, the more we can all look forward to later. Through this programme, we are helping teachers ping their sustainability projects to life."
“It’s a great way to get your students out of the classroom while keeping them totally engaged", said Teachers Mutual Bank CEO Steve James.
Since the program launched in 2008 we’ve provided grants of $37,000 to 141 schools with a total of 7,400 teachers and 8,000 students.
Chester Hill High School
Refugee vegetable garden
Chifley College, Bidwill Campus
Native Garden and Frog pond/ marsh area
Elizabeth Macarthur High School
Sustainable vegetable production for Paddock to Plate
Epping North Public School
Rejuvenate the School Vege Patch
Jingili Primary School
Upcycled Playground with Native plants to attract Wildlife
Oyster Bay Public School
The Accessible Garden
Peakhurst Public School
Southern Cross School Distance Education (SXDE)
Construction of an 'Outdoor Learning Place' as part of the SXDE northern rivers aboriginal education learning and support centre
Kellyville Public School
Guganagina Ngurang ( Kookaburra) Discovery Zone (Nesting Box and Pulley Feeding System)
Trangie Central School
Implementing Aboriginal Perspective Beyond Bush tucker
Wade High School
Wade High Tutorial Centre Sustainable Vegetable Patch
Blakehurst High School
Australiana:Native Plant Garden
Francis Greenway High School
Aquaponics for Sustainable living and reductions in energy consumption
Kincumber High School
Richardson Primary School
Recycled Plastic Bottle Greenhouse
Applecross Primary School
Free Range Chickens in the School Yard
Eden Hill Primary School
Garden of Eden
Learn more about the Teachers Environment Fund.