Brewongle Environmental Education Centre

Join us here at Brewongle EEC for this excellent day of Geography Professional Learning. Tuesday 22nd of Nov 2016 This course has been designed for school leaders to increase their knowledge,...

Hello everyone and happy term 1 for all the teachers out there knuckling down with new classes, syllabuses and paperwork! I have 2 things that may help you in 2016…. We...

As we wind down for the school holidays – now is a good time to reflect, draw breath and organise a few things for next year (or a time for a...

Year 11 Senior Science, Earth and Environmental Science and Geography teacher professional learning. Registered BOSTES course. “Checking the Pulse of the Hawkesbury River” 27th November 2015 @ Brewongle EEC. Study Topics:...

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! WHAT IS...

Earthkeepers is an old world, mystical ecology program for Stage 2 students and some little munchkins from Boronia Park are now well on their way to becoming Level 1 Earthkeepers after...

Our annual “Writers in the Environment Camp” for year 6 writers is into its 25th year and our 2015 students are in camp and busy exercising their creative juices already. We...

With great fanfare I would like to announce the inaugural “Schools who follow Brewongle’s blog photo competition”. The prizes will be huge (mmmmm…) and include free posting of your great shots...

You are all invited to attend the next Hawkesbury Environmental Educators Network (HEEN) meeting. The meeting will be held at Penrith Lakes Environmental Education Centre on Wednesday 19th of August starting...

I just love working with soil. Digging, composting, mulching and growing are pretty special activities on a sunny, cool autumn day. A little while ago I completed a Permaculture Design Course...