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Join the 2024 Global Reef Guardian School Eco-challenge

Schools around the world are invited to join the 2024 Reef Guardian School Global Eco-challenge. This year’s Eco-challenge is linked to this year's Australian National Science Week theme, 'Species Survival - More than just sustainability' and allows students to think outside the box to encourage conservation efforts using gamification.
Teachers- find out how you can incorporate the Global Eco-challenge into your classroom using the teacher resource guide, available to download at https://www.reefed.edu.au/sites/default/files/2024-06/2024%20RGS%20Glob…
The Eco-challenge is suited to students in grades 4-12 but it can be modified to suit any age range. Students can work individually or in teams of up to four people.
To register for the 2024 Reef Guardian Schools Global Eco-challenge and receive the participant guide with the full Eco-challenge details please register via our MS Forms registration link; https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=Fu8R6yQyhk-AgU4d0Xa…
Submissions close on Friday 8 November 2024.

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Questacon - Engineering is Elementary is coming to FNQ!

Join Questacon this June for their FREE 'Water, Water, everywhere: Designing Water Filters' workshop on Environmental Engineering.

This interactive session will equip you with:

  • Getting hands-on experience with the activities in our integrated STEM units of work.
  • Learning how to build student knowledge of STEM content and develop teaching strategies to meet the learning needs of your students.
  • Gaining the confidence to teach STEM in your classroom through the engineering design process.

Limited Spots Available! Register NOW to Secure your spot: https://questacon.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0VZ1KAuQEJungLI

Visit this link for more Information: Engineering is Elementary | questacon

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

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National Reconciliation Week: 27th of May – 3rd June 2024

‘Now More Than Ever' 

It’s a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements and, to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. 

The Reef Guardian School Program recognises that outstanding management of the Great Barrier Reef can only be achieved through respectful and meaningful relationships with First Nations people. We’d like to encourage you to join us on this journey of reconciliation. 

To support activities within your organisation, resources can be found here: National Reconciliation Week - Reconciliation Australia.

Trinity College Gladstone

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New sign

Thank you Sharleen for the new Reef Guardian Sign, proudly on display at front reception of Trinity College, Gladstone.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

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Celebrate Schools Tree Day

🌱Do your Reef Guardians like to work on revegetation projects and are also looking to plan an action for your Action Plan 2024?

🌱Join thousands of other schools on the 26th of July to celebrate Schools Tree Day with the help of Planet Ark!

🌱By getting involved as a school you will receive access to:
· The Coordinator Hub
· Tree Day Toolkit
· Editable participation certificates
· The Seedling Bank grants
· Monthly newsletter updates

To get involved follow this link: https://treeday.planetark.org/get-involved/schools

For more amazing tree planting initiatives and resources from Planet Ark visit: https://tinyurl.com/2e9j46sm