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School Sustainability Festival

16th Annual School Sustainability Festival

Thursday 9 September 2021
St Kilda Town Hall

The School Sustainability Festival is an annual event organised by the Port Phillip EcoCentre to provide local schools and their communities an opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge their environmental and student leadership achievements within City of Port Phillip (CoPP), Bayside City Council (BCC) and beyond.

The School Sustainability Festival is Victoria’s longest running Festival proudly celebrating student leadership and environmental action.

The 15th annual School Sustainability Festival was held online on Wednesday 18th November, 2020 due to adapting to the pandemic restrictions. The 2020 Festival celebrated youth leadership in climate and biodiversity. Students were encouraged to participate in a variety of ways online to reconnect, learn and teach each other and to celebrate their leadership in climate and biodiversity.

260 students from 13 schools and 5 home-school families participated. The featured 3 main room (main stage) presentations, and 17 concurrent workshop presentations (11 school presentations and 6 invited guest presentations).

For further information please complete our Expression of Interest form, or contact the Education Team on 9525 3102 or schools@ecocentre.com

The festival is proudly sponsored by the City of Port Phillip and Bayside City Council and funded with support of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation.

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The 15th annual School Sustainability Festival was held online on Wednesday 18th November, 2020 due to adapting to the pandemic restrictions. The 2020 Festival celebrated youth leadership in climate and biodiversity. Students were encouraged to participate in a variety of ways online to reconnect, learn and teach each other and to celebrate their leadership in climate and biodiversity.

260 students from 13 schools and 5 home-school families participated. The featured 3 main room (main stage) presentations, and 17 concurrent workshop presentations (11 school presentations and 6 invited guest presentations).

Register Your Interest

We encourage schools to present as part of the Kids Teaching Kids model of the festival.

The EcoCentre acknowledges the Kulin Nations, including the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located.

We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Elder members of our multicultural community.