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ESSSN Term 4 MeetUP — geography teaching tips, wild gardens & celebration

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Centennial Park Education Precinct

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off Dickens Drive

Centennial Park, NSW

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Celebrating our achievements for 2017 and explore the wild gardens

wild gardens

Come and celebrate the end of 2017 at our Term 4 meetUP were we'll be joined by staff from the Centennial Park Education Precinct.

We'll explore:

  • how to use ‘mud-mapping’ skills and other land-linked map making activities to deliver the new geography curriculum
  • Sydney’s newest nature play space, The Ian Potter Children’s Wild Play Garden
  • your year's highlights, plans for next year and how we can help.

Come prepared to share your stories and tips and learn more about how to incorporate wild gardens into childrens learning experiences and celebrate with us over yummy organic nibblies.

Hope you can join us...

WHEN: Wednesday 29 November 2017
TIME: 3:45pm - 5:15pm
WHERE: Centennial Park Education Precinct

Bookings essential

Please RSVP by 5:00pm, Friday 24 November to help with catering.

Poster for staffroom

Download 551KB pdf poster to display in your staffroom.

For more information:

Woollahra: Flavia Evans, 9391 7095, flavia.evans@woollahra.nsw.gov.au
Waverley: Vicky Bachelard, 9369 8049, vickyb@waverley.nsw.gov.au
Randwick: Fiona Campbell, 9315 7244, fiona.campbell@randwick.nsw.gov.au


Need accreditation?

NSW Department of Education (DoE) teachers who attended our ESSSN meetings can now log in through their DoE portal and register for one hour of accredited professional learning. As long as you register before the course, turn up and sign in, you will be accredited.

DoE teachers can apply through MyPL on Course Code: NR09055 under DoE course 'Sustainability Networks'.


Children welcome

If you are bringing children, we suggest you bring some activities for them, childcare is not available.


About ESSSN

The Eastern Suburbs Sustainable Schools Network (ESSSN) welcomes local parents and teachers wanting to network and share ideas about school sustainability. The Network is coordinated between Waverley, Woollahra and Randwick councils that plan meetings, organise guest speakers and workshop activities. The councils support early childhood centres through to high schools to implement real-life sustainability learning.

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2017 ESSSN term 4 meetUP

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