Welcome to Brentwood Secondary College's Green Team website.

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Brentwood Secondary College is a 7-12 co-educational, single-campus school located in the eastern Melbourne suburb of Glen Waverley within the City of Monash. The College has a proud history of educating students in the local and broader community, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019. Since the school opened in 1969 it has grown to an enrolment of 1625 students in Years 7-12.

The Brentwood Green Team is a student leadership group that are focused on protecting our environment to ensure a sustainable future. The team includes students ranging from 7-12 years levels, college staff, and parent volunteers.

The initiatives and projects undertaken by the Green Team align with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the ResourceSmart Schools (RSS) program.

The Brentwood Green Team is committed to upholding our college values by being respectful and responsible for protecting the environment.

Our Goals

At Brentwood Secondary we strive to inspire our whole school community to connect with the environment and to make a positive contribution to sustainability at school, home and beyond.

Brentwood Secondary aims to reduce our ecological footprint through adopting sustainable practices in our everyday operations. We will achieve this by continuing to integrate sustainability into all areas of the curriculum and instilling a sense of ownership of and pride in improving the environment. We will lead the community by demonstrating exemplary practices in waste management, water and energy usage, and continue to develop the school grounds to improve biodiversity.

Premier's Sustainability Awards 2021

Brentwood Secondary College is excited to announce that we have won the Premier’s Sustainability Awards in the Climate Action Category.

Brentwood was recognised for our 'Towards Zer0 Bremissions' campaign, that aims to reduce our current 540 tons of greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2030.

Fourteen awards were presented on the night, and we were honoured to be recognized as one of Victoria’s sustainability trailblazers. A huge thank you and Congratulations to our students, staff, parents and community partners on this achievement.

Other winners included The Nature Conservancy Australia, who received the Premier’s Recognition Award and Macedon Ranges Shire Council, who received the Premier’s Regional Recognition Award.

The awards, now in their 19th year, recognise Victorians who have demonstrated leadership and innovation in sustainable practices.

To watch the awards ceremony or find out about this year’s finalists and winners, please visit https://www.sustainability.vic.gov.au/psa