Eco Living Workshops for High School Students (Stages 4, 5, & 6)
These workshops empower students to make decisions and take actions that contribute to creating a sustainable society. These workshops authentically integrate classroom curriculum with real-life experiences, and will enhance diverse learning styles and foster a robust educational foundation.
Clothes Swap Event
Fundraising Idea | High School
A school community clothes swap is an ideal fundraising initiative that helps to raise funds through an event that promotes decluttering, minimalism, and mindful consumption, with the proceeds going towards your school’s project or cause.
Clothes swaps help your school community embrace the sharing & preloved clothing economy, take localised action, foster positive community connections, and promote shared responsibility for reducing household textile waste.Start Here with a Clothes Swap...
Op Shop & Preloved Guided Trail
Business Studies | HSIE | Creative Arts | TAS | High School (Stages 5 & 6)
A guided op shop trail can be tailored to align with your curriculum goals. This approach offers students the advantage of integrating the NSW school curriculum with practical, real-life learning experiences whilst also contributing to local social organisations and environmental initiatives.
The guided op shop and preloved trail also gives your young people confidence to step into the preloved shops and learn how to op shop with purpose.Discover more about Op Shop Trails...
Sustainable Slow Stitching for Beginners
Creative Arts | TAS | High School (Stages 5 & 6) | Homeschooling
Sustainable slow stitching embraces your your people’s intuitive style and rhythm. Create a unique piece of textile art whilst learning the art of hand sewing by using scrap fabric remnants and non-traditional resources, all joined with simple stitching techniques.Read about Sustainable Slow Stitching...