Hawkesbury Environmental Educators Network Meeting – Thursday 29th October 2015

Interested in maintaining a sustainable environmental program within your school or organisation but don’t know where to start?
Come along to the last HEEN Meeting for 2015 to find out more!
HEEN is the Hawkesbury Environmental Educators Network group, who meet once a term. It is an opportunity for people working with children, young people and the environment to connect, receive support and be inspired.
At these meetings you will hear from teachers and professionals in the field of Environmental Education, to learn more about making sustainability a reality in your school or professional area.
What’s on the Agenda this term?
-Take a tour of Kurrajong Public School and see first hand how their Environmental program is making a difference.
-Learn how to make a wicking bed
-How to bring sustainability into the classroom and curriculum
-Share ideas and network with like-minded professionals
Download the invitation in PDF – HEEN Invite Kurrajong Public School
WHEN:  Thursday 29th October @ 3:30pm- 5:15pm
WHERE: Kurrajong Public School
               1111 Grose Vale Rd
               Kurrajong  (street parking available)
RSVP by 23rd October 2015  to joanne.cafiero@det.nsw.edu.au for catering purposes
Please feel free to bring an interested staff member from your school or a neighbouring school.
Hope to see you there!
Please forward this email to anyone that you think will be interested in attending.
Together we can make a difference!

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