Articles by Seth Merlo


Rehoboth’s Kenwick Primary School Receives Waste Wise Accreditation

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has presented Rehoboth with a certificate of its accreditation as a

The Waste Wise accreditation, given “in recognition of our school’s excellent efforts to reduce waster and develop positive environmental values and long-term behaviour change in our school community”, is the culmination of project-based learning activities begun in August 2018 as part of “Project Week”.

Project Week involved all students from Kindy to Year 12 working together to solve the challenge of reducing Rehoboth’s waste by 50%. Utilising project-based learning techniques, students worked collaboratively in…

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Year 6 Leadership Teams 2019

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has presented Rehoboth with a certificate of its accreditation as a

The Waste Wise accreditation, given “in recognition of our school’s excellent efforts to reduce waster and develop positive environmental values and long-term behaviour change in our school community”, is the culmination of project-based learning activities begun in August 2018 as part of “Project Week”.

Project Week involved all students from Kindy to Year 12 working together to solve the challenge of reducing Rehoboth’s waste by 50%. Utilising project-based learning techniques, students worked collaboratively in…

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Year 5/6 Take on the Fiery Furnace

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has presented Rehoboth with a certificate of its accreditation as a

The Waste Wise accreditation, given “in recognition of our school’s excellent efforts to reduce waster and develop positive environmental values and long-term behaviour change in our school community”, is the culmination of project-based learning activities begun in August 2018 as part of “Project Week”.

Project Week involved all students from Kindy to Year 12 working together to solve the challenge of reducing Rehoboth’s waste by 50%. Utilising project-based learning techniques, students worked collaboratively in…

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