Eastern Suburbs Sustainable Schools Network MeetUP

When: Tomorrow

ESSSN Term 2 MeetUP — Wed 23 May — 3:45-5:15pm

Join our native bee expert, Elke Haege, to learn how to create a homes for native solitary and social bees in your school or early learning centre's garden.

We will tour the Randwick Sustainability Hub's Permaculture Interpretive Garden garden to view:

  • native stingless native bee hives
  • a range of solitary bee homes for native bees like the blue banded bee and resin bee.

Elke will show examples of the types of homes you can make to attract these native bees and talk about the types of plants you can grow to feed these little creatures.

Yummy organic nibblies are supplied.

Hope you can join us...

WHEN: Wednesday 23 May 2018
TIME: 3:45pm - 5:15pm 
WHERE: The Classroom at the Randwick Community Centre, 27 Munda Street Randwick

(It is a bit tricky to find - don't use your GPS - if you do look up Hendy Ave. Turn off Bundock St into Hendy Avenue, do a dog leg then turn right into Marida St and follow the road around till you get to the community centre. The timber classroom is adjacent to the community centre building on the village green)


Bookings essential

Please RSVP by 5:00pm, Friday 18 May to help with catering.


For more information:

Woollahra: Rudi Adlmayer, 9391 7095, rudi.adlmayer@woollahra.nsw.gov.au 
Waverley: Vicky Bachelard, 9369 8049, vickyb@waverley.nsw.gov.au 
Randwick: Fiona Campbell, 9315 7244, fiona.campbell@randwick.nsw.gov.au


Find out more about ESSSN here


Claim teacher professional learning accreditation for attending meetings

DEC teachers who attended our ESSSN meetings can now log in through their DEC portal and register for two hours of accredited professional learning. As long as you turn up and sign in you will be accredited.

DoE teachers can apply through MyPL on Course Code: NR09055 under DoE course 'Sustainability Networks'.


Children welcome

If you are bringing children, we suggest you bring some activities for them, childcare is not available.