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Tomorrow’s Leaders for Sustainability

About the Program

Tomorrow’s Leaders for Sustainability (TLfS) is an award-winning program, where an EcoCentre educator will work with the same group of students (up to 25) for a whole term, guiding them through sustainability curriculum, leadership activities, sustainability projects and spending time helping them investigate their local environments.

Our Educator will work with the school’s contact teacher to confirm the sustainability topic for your TLfS and to develop the term-long planner. The EcoCentre’s Educators are qualified Tomorrow’s Leaders for Sustainability facilitators.

Schools located within Bayside City Council and City of Port Phillip are eligible for a full scholarship.

Beaumaris Secondary TLfS propagating Term 3 2018

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  • Beaumaris Secondary College: Establishing sustainability at our school and connecting to community
  • Elwood Primary School: Reducing snack food plastics
  • Lauriston Girls’ College: 3D printing and building a Grow Room
  • Malvern Central Primary School: Starting our student Green Team
  • St Catherine’s Junior school, Toorak: Sustainability in our new building
  • St Columba’s Primary School: Preventing ocean plastic pollution
  • St Kilda Park Primary School: Local ecosystems
  • The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School: Recycling oral care packaging project

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Please note we can also accommodate 25 students of mixed year levels.

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.