Working with WOW in 2019
We are currently trialing working intensively with a small number of selected school sites. Other WOW support will be available, but please book asap for any on-site requests.
Wipe Out Waste (WOW) is a South Australian state-wide program to assist all sites, from pre-school to year 12, which supports learning about and reducing waste in a whole of school community approach.
WOW is funded by Green Industries SA and delivered by KESAB environmental solutions.
Thanks to Golden Grove High School for our latest resource management video!
This three minute video outlines the intricacies of maintaining a successful resource management system and how many elements are involved!. Click here to watch.
Resource Rhymes is a volunteer facilitated schools competition auspiced by Sustainable Communities SA.
The 10 week school competition is all about creating songs, raps or poems about better resource use in South Australia. This year the theme is WASTE.
These projects will encourage students to research current affairs, collaborate, build relationships, creatively express themselves, gain confidence and become engaged in their local community.
Find out more here.
The ABC TV War on Waste Season Two - available on iview
ABC TVs War on Waste with host Craig Reucassel tackling new targets including plastic water bottles and straws, e-waste, furniture waste as well as going deeper on previous topics like food waste and the recycling crisis.
War on Waste Season 1 is available on iTunes.
Upcoming events and activities
Next Holiday Field Trip date is July 18th, register now!
WOW in the News!
Wipe Out Waste (WOW) was filmed in action with the students at Immanuel Primary School by the ABC!
‘Students from Immanuel Primary School have set themselves an astonishing goal — to cut the entire school's waste to just one wheelie bin per week’
Read the full article and watch the story here.
For families that like to save ....
Westbourne Park Primary School have made a maths video about yoghurt - which is great information for families. If you can't connect those themes, watch it... and save!