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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22 May 2018Albert Park PrimaryYear 5709 BeachPatrol members split up with 70 students to conduct a plastics survey along the Albert Park foreshore. Items were counted and tallied to see which group found the most plastic.
08 Mar 2018Port Melbourne PrimaryGrade 4200Today we presented to three Year 4 classes for 30 mins each. Discussing plastic on the ocean, and its affect on various wild life such as Blue Whales, turtles and birds.
08 Nov 2017Albert Park SecondaryYear 92As part of their community involvement projects these students had elected to survey rubbish on a beach.
20 Oct 2017Mentone GrammerYear 680Today we spoke for about 30 minutes on volunteering and on ocean plastic to the students. Two classes of about 40 in each class.
08 Sep 2017Melbourne City MissionVocational training10These students has asked their instructor about how to deal with cigarette butts around their grounds and outside the local businesses adjacent to their grounds. The instructor invited BeachPatrol in to talk about our butt surveys and what we had seen.