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Jo O'Malley

19/07/16

Recycling news!

Last week Laura Keays (Sustainability Coordinator), Anabel Norbury (Buildings and Grounds Subcommittee Convenor), Jo O’Malley (AP) and Brett Hedger (CoPP) met to discuss our current waste management system here at SKPS. Our community works hard to manage our waste as effectively as possible in a variety of ways from nude food to our Waste Free […]

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Sustainability

15/07/16

Plastic Free July Tips

Some easy tips for Plastic Free July are: Single use disposable bottles, especially for water, can be eliminated with almost no effort. Just grab a re-usable bottle and use that instead. Say no to straws. You may need to be on the look out for cafe staff popping them into your drink when you’re not looking. […]

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Sustainability

15/07/16

Plastic Free July

Hi everyone, Welcome back from holidays! We are excited about being ‘Change Makers’ again in Term 3. All of July we will be celebrating ‘Plastic Free July’ at St Kilda Primary School http://www.plasticfreejuly.org/. At home and school we would like you to think about how much plastic you use. Do you use plastic single use […]

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Sustainability

23/06/16

Cozy Clothes and Sustainable Food Wraps

One of our very talented sustainability supporters Rachelle Porter has been very busy making a range of knitted pieces of clothing and sustainable food wraps. If you are interested please check these out. Below is a message from Rachelle: Hi All,  As some of you already know, I have a couple of things I’ve been making- knitting, […]

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Sustainability

03/06/16

Nature Club, congratulated by our Mayor!

Dear everyone, Recently 3 of our lovely Nature Club members wrote a letter to the Mayor about banning plastic straws in our local community. The Mayor was so impressed she wrote a letter back to Nature Club to congratulate them on their community leadership. She starts her letter by saying ‘Thank you for your very thoughtful letter about […]

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Sustainability

20/05/16

NUDE FOOD

Hi everyone, We are so impressed with the efforts across all grades for NUDE FOOD. We are trying to minimise wrappers and rubbish in our school and encourage everyone to bring food without wrappers to school. We will be having some upcoming competitions within grades to see which grade/s can have the NUDEST FOOD! There […]

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Sustainability

11/05/16

Sustainability in our community

Hi everyone, If you are interested in getting involved in sustainability in our local community there are a range of initiatives currently running! Check out what is happening in Port Phillip. https://t.e2ma.net/message/cr37r/ocw51cc Laura Keays      

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Sustainability

11/05/16

Mobile Muster thank you!

Hi everyone, Just a big thank you from the Green Team for all of the people that donated mobile phones to our Jane Goodall ‘Mobile Muster’ campaign. A representative came and collected a great big box of phones that had been donated yesterday and he was so impressed. Thank you, we are lucky to have […]

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Sustainability

11/05/16

St Kilda Farmer’s Market

Hi everyone, The following is a message from the ‘Green Team’ who are supporting and promoting our very own sustainable Farmer’s Market: The GREEN TEAM loves our Farmer’s Market for so many reasons, it supports our environment by: Having BYO bags and no plastic bags. Being fresh from the farm and supporting local farmers. Being […]

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Jo O'Malley

30/04/16

Recycling at SKPS

Recycling is an easy way for every family to help protect our environment and in particular the sea which is such an important part of St Kilda. You only have to skim through social media to see the many references to the impact of plastics on marine animals to understand what a danger plastics are to […]

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