Waste and Recycling Education Program - Kindy kids recycle right
Read about how students at Hallett Cove Preschool are learning the right way to recycle as part of City of Marion’s waste and recycling education program.
This article appears in City Limits magazine - Issue 46 - October 2014.
Students at Hallett Cove Preschool are among a growing number of groups learning the right way to recycle as part of City of Marion’s waste and recycling education program.
More than 100 workshops and presentations have been delivered to kindergartens, schools and community organisations on the three-bin system, composting and worm farming in the past year.
City of Marion education officer waste and recycling Allison Byrne said teaching children about recycling helped educate adults.
“Children are often the teachers of their parents, so it’s important to spread the word through schools and kindies,” Ms Byrne said.
“Hallett Cove Preschool has sustainability embedded into its curriculum, so the kids are naturally enthusiastic and we have had great fun showing them which materials go in which kerbside bin.
“Sessions are fun, interactive, and are adapted to the meet the needs of any group in our community.”
- See photos of the kids at Hallett Cove Preschool on the City of Marion Facebook page.
- Find out more about our waste education program.
City Limits Magazine
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