Schools Environment Network

We are very excited to announce the launch of Council's new school environmental network in 2024! 

Green Schools Collective (North Sydney) aims to engage students in sustainability with support from their educators and environmental committees.

Our school sustainability collective is an open and welcoming network that encourages students and educators to share, learn and work together on sustainability projects.

The Green Schools Collective is comprised of a mix of 12 primary and secondary schools, involving teachers, parents and students within the North Sydney LGA.

Quarterly Meetings

We run at least one network meeting per term and focus on hands-on, practical and sustainability based activities and learning, Each member school has agreed to host one network meeting at their school.

Green Schools Collective aims to offer:

  • an informal forum where students and teachers can discuss environmental initiatives and projects

  • easy to understand information about government grants, rebates and programs

  • opportunities to share learning and experiences relating to sustainability and environmental education

  • efficient ways to seek resources

  • partnership opportunities between schools and other organisations

  • leadership and mentoring opportunities for students

  • a great way to celebrate achievements

And for educators specifically:

  • professional development opportunities relating to environment and sustainability education

  • practical ideas to integrate environmental education into the curriculum

Green Schools Collective Member Schools

  • North Sydney Boys

  • Wenona

  • Cammeray Public School

  • North Sydney Public School

  • Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College

  • St Aloysius

  • Shore School

  • Loreto Kirribilli 

  • Cameragal Montessori School 

  • Cammeraygal High School 

  • ANZAC Park Public School

  • Redlands

Green Schools Collective (North Sydney) is a North Sydney Council funded program run in partnership with Green Schools Collective.