Formed in 2011, the Eastern Alliance for Sustainable Learning (EASL) is now comprised of seven member Councils from Melbourne’s east (Boroondara, Knox, Monash, Manningham, Maroondah, Whitehorse and Yarra Ranges). EASL provides professional development, learning and networking opportunities for early years, primary and secondary schools throughout the year.

See our upcoming activities below or go to the activities section for more information.
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Upcoming Opportunities

Don’t miss out on your subsidised tickets to see ARC by Erth at The Round
Experience an empowering theatre production that inspires students to embrace the awe and wonder of nature while developing sustainability, creative thinking and personal and social capability skills

Complete your application form by 5 pm Friday 27 May 2024.

Want to do a planting at your school but not sure where to start? Join Belinda Moody, qualified horticulturalist, at this online webinar to learn how to increase your chances of success!

Join your fellow ResourceSmart Schoolers at our Term 2 Progress Workshop. Network with other RSS teachers, get help from the RSS Facilitators with anything on your RSS journey, guest speakers and more. Morning tea and lunch will be provided
*CRT grants available on request.

Join us for an immersive early years’ focussed workshop experience centred around the theme of ‘Sing, Dance, and Learn,’ where we’ll explore the profound impact of music, movement, and storytelling on young minds. Hosted by the creators of The Friends with Honey Musical Kids Show, this workshop promises to be both educational and entertaining.

Want to learn more about becoming a ResourceSmart School, and how EASL can support your school’s sustainability goals?
Book in a 15min consultation with EASL coordinator, Dr Annette Anderson

EASL acknowledges the Wurundjeri and other Kulin Nations as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of these lands. We pay our respects to all Elders, past, present, and emerging, who have been, and always will be, integral to the story of our region. We proudly share custodianship to care for Country together.