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Education for sustainability partners

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Sustainable Schools Alliance

Sustainable Schools WA has been co-designed and developed in partnership with other government agencies and non-government agencies that provide significant resource and program support to schools in education for sustainability. These organisations are collectively referred to as the Sustainable Schools Alliance (the Alliance).

Individual Alliance partners support one or more of the 12 action learning areas, for example, Water Corporation: Water; Millennium Kids: Biodiversity; Transport and Air; Waste.

A number of Alliance partners provide funding opportunities for schools including:

  • Department of Water and Environmental Regulation Waste Wise grants for the development of waste minimisation projects.
  • Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries Partnership Acceptance Learning Sharing (PALS) grants to promote and advance reconciliation.
  • Department of Transport Your Move Connecting Schools Grants can support schools' endeavours such as walking, cycling and scooting to and from school.

A complete list of current Alliance members can be found on the Sustainable Schools WA Information Sheet.


Sustainable Schools WA - information sheet

Aims to support schools with a whole-school planning framework that focuses on increasing the knowledge, skills and understandings of education for sustainability within school communities.

Professional learning opportunities

Professional learning opportunities include: 

  • workshops and resources provided by Alliance partners, for example, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions’ Nearer to Nature excursions to environment centres; programs run by Kings Park Education, Perth Zoo
  • regional network groups: teachers and/or Alliance partners coordinate network group meetings across the state from the Metropolitan region (Noongar country) to the Midwest region (Wajarri country) to the Southwest region (Noongar country)
  • support from teacher development schools (TDS) including Cape Naturaliste College (TDS for cross-curriculum priorities)
  • Connect community - schools and Alliance partners share resources, examples of good practice and professional learning opportunities.
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