BeachPatrol Helping Schools Education

Beachpatrol can come to schools both primary and secondary, to put on presentations about plastic litter, what it is doing to our environment and marine life

We can also take students out on a beach or street litter survey. During these exercises the students work in small groups along the beach or street to record the litter count and type using Beachpatrol survey sheets. At the end of the survey the sheets are collated and the students work out total litter picked up in that session and what the litter types are.
 
 

Recent School Activities

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27 Feb 2019Albert Park Secondary Year 9 E189E were presented with a discussion on Data keeping of litter on beaches. A beach clean followed with the collecting data for them to enter into the Litter Stopper App.

27 Feb 2019Albert Park Secondary Year 9 C149C were presented with a discussion on Data keeping of litter on beaches. A beach clean followed with the collecting data for them to enter into the Litter Stopper App.

27 Feb 2019Firbank Grammer SchoolYear 922An 8 week program was started off with Firbank to introduce them to keeping the environment clean. The first session was in a auditorium introducing them to BeachPatrol and Love our Street. They watched a showing of the BayKeeper movie about Port Phillip Bay and plastic pollution. They conducted a short clean of the school yard and collected 541 items of litter, mainly ship bags and the likes.

25 Feb 2019Albert Park Secondary Year 9 g139G were presented with a discussion on Data keeping of litter on beaches. A beach clean followed in Port Melbourne with the collecting data for them to enter into the Litter Stopper App.

23 Aug 2018Albert Park SecondaryYr 940Two Yr 9 Classes came out as part of their environmental program. Half were taken on a beach clean and the other half were taken on a street clean. Items collected were sorted in to 15 different categories so the students could see which were the more common littered items.