Since 1992, school communities across Australia have demonstrated their support for caring for the environment through participating in Schools Clean Up Day.
Registrations for 2014 are now open - so put yourself into the picture in 2014 and register your school for Schools Clean Up Day on Friday 28 February.
Your School can participate all year round by simply following these easy steps:
* Please Note: all School Sites registered are marked as private and details are not placed online. This means that you will not attract volunteers from outside the school. To register a Site and be a Site Supervisor you need to be at least 18 years of age. If you are younger than 18, ask a teacher/adult to be the site supervisor.
Read more about organising your Clean Up Site here.
Any more questions? Please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions section.
Junior Artwork Competition Winner - Larrakeyah Primary School, NT
The winner of the 2013 Junior Artwork Competition was Larrakeyah Primary School in Larrakeyah, NT. They received an Environmental Grant of $1,000 for their school and a Moose Toys prize pack for each student in their class.
The winner of the Senior Video Competition was Kaniva College in Kaniva, VIC. They also received an Environmental Grant of $1,000 for their school and a Moose Toys prize pack for each student in their class.
Clean Up Australia has a range of educational resources available for you to complement your Clean Up Day event with classroom based activities.
Clean Up the River: An Interactive Recycling Game
Clean Up the River is an Interactive Recycling Game for Primary School Students (K-6). The game is Curriculum-based, easy for teachers to use, fun for students and free.
Schools Climate Kit
Teachers can educate primary school students (K-6) about environmental sustainability using our Schools Climate Kit. The kit includes 21 lesson plans for teachers themed around Water, Energy, Climate Change, Packaging and Waste and Recycling.