Brewongle Environmental Education Centre

We’ve been using our “quiet time”  over the end of last term and the beginning of this term to develop some creative new day programs and units of work for the...

Students from across Sydney participated in our PhotoVoice workshop at YES last week. They took photos and edited them, adding an enviro message, and sent them viral! If you like these...

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,...

Let me preface this blog by saying I feel completely out of my depth. I’ve spent the morning watching some of Australia’s best children’s authors impart their wisdom upon some of...

Have you immersed your students in nature this year? We would love to help you with your next excursion and have a range of new and existing programs in a variety...

Are you aware of the proposed changes to the current NSW Science and Technology K-6 syllabus? The Board of Studies (BOSTES) is proposing to re-write the syllabus from scratch. Why is...

You might not think someone from Brewongle EEC would be writing a blog post about the ocean, but like Gill (in Finding Nemo) says, “All drains lead to the ocean”. And...

‘Community and Remembrance’ Fancy some excellent professional learning in term 3? Come and join us for a hands on look into the new History Syllabus – utilising our unique 1878 classroom...

We are big on project based and authentic learning here at Brewongle EEC. A new film called “Revolution” that is available to watch online may help spark student driven environmental projects...

So you take a feathery local species, like a Tawny Frogmouth, you mix in a crime scene, some suspects, plenty of hands on investigating and SHAZAM, you have yourselves an outdoor,...