Wednesday, October 27, 2010

sherbrooke wins again

It was terrific to be able to hand the Habitat for Schools Award to Sherbrooke Community School for the second year in a row this week.

Last year the school developed an action plan to improve the habitat in their school, it was such a great plan they received an award.

Pictured from left to right are: Cr Noel Cliff, Simon Woodland - environmental educator, Cr Samantha Dunn, Robert Pergl - year 12 student (and committed environmentalist) and Anne Broadribb - Acting Principal with the stunning award made by Justin Purser, local artist from Yarra Glen.
This year the plan was put into action, and the school scooped the pool again and got the award for action on habitat.

Sherbrooke Community School are committed to the environment, it's incorporated into their curriculum, and I'm very impressed by the way the entire school embraces the environment. It's a credit to teachers and students.

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At 10:26 AM, Anonymous Yarrawonga real estate said...

Hi Samantha,

well done on the award.

It's great to hear a school actually embracing the environment.

I think this type of education now will do the kids good later in life for when they have kids.


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