Our Environmental Science Program is important to us and we have a strong relationship with Loch Nyora Landcare. We are now one of the few Junior Landcare schools in Gippsland.

2017 saw the beginning of our Biodiversity Blitz project supported By the generosity of Origin Energy and Loch Nyora Landcare. Hundreds of trees and shrubs were planted to enrich our biodiversity corridor and we continue to plant each year as part of the Schools’ Tree Day initiative. Children learn to plant and maintain our environment including the indigenous plantings and our thriving Kitchen Garden.

We continue to have a strong relationship with Philip Island Nature Parks and work with them to further children’s understandings and to develop new environmental projects.

We are proud to be associated with Loch Nyora Landcare as a Junior Landcare School.
Our Biodiversity Blitz begins.
Working with our local Landcare Group.

Citizen Scientists recording the birds in our grounds for the Great Aussie Backyard Bird Count.


Nyora Aerial Photo - WIDE - Dec15
We contribute to our electricity needs with 5 strings of solar panels on the roof of the new building. Since their connection we have created more than 32,269 kWh of electricity!