Eastern Suburbs Sustainable Schools Network

Join us for our Term 4 meeting. 

We are not running the usual yearly Sustainable School awards this year, as feed back shows that a two yearly awards program would be easier for teachers to manage. We look forward to hearing about all your great projects next year.

Instead, we will have a fun networking session, with inspiring ideas and practicle things to try at your school or centre.

Meeting details to follow, hope you can join us...

WHEN: Wednesday 29 November 2017
TIME: 3:45pm - 5:15pm 
WHERE: Centennial Park Learning Centre, Dickens Drive Centennial Park

Bookings essential

Please RSVP by 5:00pm, Friday 24 November to help with catering. Booking link to follow.


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 'Sustainabiliy Networks'.


About the ESSSN network

The Eastern Suburbs Sustainable Schools Network (ESSSN) welcomes local parents,  teachers and early childhood educators wanting to network and share ideas about school sustainability.

The Network is coordinated between WaverleyWoollahra and Randwick Councils, who plan the meetings, organise guest speakers and workshop activities. The Council’s work in a variety of ways to support early learning centres, through to high schools to implement real life sustainability learning. If you want to be kept informed about upcoming meetings make sure you are on your Councils contact list by emailing the relevant Council your details. Council contact information is below.

At the end of each school year, the ESSSN hold the Sustainable School Awards, where schools and early learning centres are rewarded for their outstanding sustainability achievements.


Council contacts

Feel free to get in contact if you have any questions or ideas about the Network.