Congratulations to the schools named as winners in Victoria’s biggest sustainability awards for schools – the ResourceSmart Schools Awards. These Awards recognise the sustainability achievements of Victorian schools and their contribution to taking action on climate change.
In 2017 the Awards celebrates its tenth anniversary. This year’s awards focused on the theme ‘a decade of school wins for the environment’ and have inspired school communities to take sustainability and climate action, while providing learning opportunities for students.
Sustainability Victoria manage these Awards as part of the ResourceSmart Schools program to help schools embed sustainability into everything they do, and acknowledge the steps schools are taking to waste, save energy and water, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Winner: St Louis de Montfort Primary School (Aspendale)
Winner: Firbank Grammar (Sandringham)
Winner: Kyneton Secondary College (Kyneton)
Winner: Manchester Primary School (Mooroolbark)
Winner: Nossal High School (Berwick)
Winner: Exford Primary School (Exford)
Winner: Warringa Park School (Hoppers Crossing)
Winner: Werribee Primary School (Werribee)
Winner: Lauriston Girls School (Howqua)
Winner: Tatura primary school (Tatura)
Winner: Cheltenham Secondary College (Cheltenham)
Winner: Mount Waverly Primary School (Mt Waverley) – Loretta Leary
Winner: St Joseph’s College (Newtown, Geelong) – Kelly Jenkins
Winner: Catholic Regional College (St Albans)
The ResourceSmart Schools Awards are Victoria’s biggest sustainability awards for schools and celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2017.
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