ResourceSmart Schools YouTube Resources For Teachers And Students

Going from strength to strength, RSS Gippsland’s YouTube channel now features our two most recent online teacher training sessions.

If you were unable to participate on the day, the great thing about YouTube is that you can now catch-up on the training sessions when it best suits you (don’t forget to subscribe).



Judy Stewart from Lowanna Secondary College has been involved with ResourceSmart Schools for many years and recently won Secondary Teacher for the Year in the 2020 ResourceSmart Schools Awards. Judy is responsible for the development of a wicking bed vegetable garden, energy efficiency projects and the school’s green tradies program.

Andrea Savage from Nagle College, Bairnsdale has developed an Eco Warriors Year 9 program which works to improve biodiversity across the school, including within the Nagle rainforest project area adjoining the Mitchell River, the East Gippsland rare and threatened species garden and underneath the heritage classified forest redgum or Spirit tree.

Debbie Guy from Grey St Primary School in Traralgon outlines her school’s amazing Baw Baw Frog and Rock Wallaby project which is being run in conjunction with Melbourne Zoo’s Fighting Extinction Program.

Sharon Ray from Araluen Primary School is a member of the school’s highly active staff team, which is dedicated to making the school and local community a more environmentally-aware place. Sharon spoke about the school’s very successful zero waste policy, as well as their high levels of student participation and leadership across all areas of sustainability.

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