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A behind the scenes look into the schools of the future

By |February 1st, 2015|Blog, Design, Green schools|

An outdoor classroom in Cobham that’s bound to more stimulating than sitting indoors How do you go about  about creating healthy environments in schools? As a guide to others I have posted an extract from a school environmental management report written for Tanunda Lutheran School who are working to deliver a vision they [...]

3 great water saving ideas for schools

By |January 27th, 2015|Blog, Green schools, Recycling water, Water harvesting|

Let’s get smart with water….no, not just smart, REALLY SMART! Way too much drinking quality water (potable water) is flushed down our toilets, showers, kitchens and laundry to the stormwater system after a single use. In state like South Australia where water is scarce this only exacerbates our water shortage problem. How silly! At a [...]

5 great ways to create green schools

By |January 17th, 2015|Blog, Environmental efficiency, Green schools|

Recently, I have started working with schools to help them re-invent their school grounds and create more opportunities for outdoor learning for their students. There are way too many schools out there developed according to building standards rather than optimizing learning environments. This not only creates industrial looking, non-stimulating buildings, classrooms and school grounds, it [...]