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Melbourne Water KTK Conference – 6 weeks to go!

The Melbourne Water Kids Teaching Kids Conference is happening on 22nd and 23rd October. Interest in the conference increases every year, so in 2015 we have added an extra 75 places to cope with the demand. That means there will be close to 500 delegates at the conference this year! With the extra delegate numbers, we also… Read more

Target KTK Week – the countdown is on!

There’s less than 1 week to go until Target Kids Teaching Kids Week. We hope you and your students are getting as excited as we are! We love seeing your workshop plans popping up in our inbox, so keep sending them in. From the plans we have received, students are tackling some big issues in 2015;… Read more

ozEEnews – Reflections on KTK, ResourceSmart Schools and Leadership

Check out this article from a recent edition of ozEEnews about how participating in a Kids Teaching Kids event can help your students to developed and demonstrate leadership skills. ozEEnews June 2015-Issue 131, pg 15 ozEEnews is a quarterly publication from the Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE). Become an AAEE member to receive future… Read more

State and local governments using KTK model to meet corporate values and objectives

City of Mandurah in Western Australia recently released a discussion paper titled ‘Local Government and Kids Teaching Kids leading Sustainability – A Case Study’. This discussion paper identifies the benefits of local council implementing Kids Teaching Kids as an integral part of their youth, environment and sustainability programs.

KAB/Sustainability Award: John Forrester

Carranballac College teacher John Forrester is an active leader in the Wyndham community. John volunteers countless hours to local environmental causes through his roles on various committees and displays a commitment to educating and supporting others to contribute to environmental outcomes.