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Armadale PS Green Team Nude Food video from Armadale PS on Vimeo. Seven of our senior Green Team made a presentation that we took to the Resource Smart School Awards. We were invited by the organisers to present the story of how we became a 100% Nude Food School.

100% Nude Food Presentation

In June 2015 on World Environment Day some of our Year 3 & 4 Green Team students presented to a selected audience at the Department of Education about our Nude Food journey. The audience was very appreciative of what the students had to say and asked lots of interesting questions. The organiser of the visit sent an email a few days later thanking me for the way the children acquitted themselves and told me that some of the officers were so inspired they were trying to encourage Nude Food around their office.

Click here to see the students' presentation.

Waste Warrior Certificates

The Green Team leaders collect all of the class checklists to tally up the students who achieved 5 or more 100% Nude Food days and those students then receive a Waste Warrior Certificate.

Red Recycling Project

Thanks to all the children and parents who have been contributing to our RED recycling project  The Red Project and bringing in all their soft plastics for recycling.

Please click on the link below to find out what can be recycled:

What can we recycle?

Resource Smart School Awards

Seven of our senior Green Team offered to help make a presentation that we could take to  the Resource Smart School Awards on Monday 8 September 2014. We had been invited by the organisers to present the story of how we became a 100% Nude Food School. The students  worked over many lunchtimes to perfect the presentation and then rehearse it. Monday was the big day and the team did a fantastic job presenting this to a large audience of students and teachers. We have also been invited to present our story to the Port Phillip and Bayside Sustainable Schools Festival. Many thanks to the following students who have made a great contribution to our presentation: Anais, Blayke, Riley, Nate, Jack, Louis and Tommy. Thanks also to our Masters Student Teacher, Alex Robins who has been instrumental in getting our students to such a high level. Many thanks to the Kids Teaching Kids organisation for supporting us with funding to go to this fantastic event.

Click here to see the presentation.

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