Our 22 min film PLASTIC ALARM
Peer to peer education proofs to be the most effective form of learning for kids. Our film 'Plastic Alarm' presented by 12-year-old Arlian has been shown to thousands of kids in schools globally inspiring kids around the world about the solutions to plastic pollutions and what they can do to make a difference! They become empowered global citizens of the world who create a sustainable future together.
IN THIS TIME OF CRISIS/COVID-19 WE WOULD LIKE TO OFFER OUR FILM - 80% DISCOUNT
At this time we have the opportunity to look at how each of us can make a difference to our planet. We can’t continue to consume and create waste as we are now, we all need to work together to be part of developing new systems and practices which allow us to inhabit our planet indefinitely
Student learning and telling a story through video! '
This school-project supports project development, called the sustainability action process. It works for both a learning and a leadership approach.
Sustainability is a Cross-curriculum Priority and the preferred method is student-centered, project-based'. Department of Environment, Sustainable Projects, Department of Education
Testimonial: We are all from Middle T (grade 3 and 4) at St. Oliver Plunketts in Victoria. We would like to thank you for making a movie about pollution and ways to help save our beautiful animals, especially the turtles. You have really inspired all of us to try and reduce the amount of plastic we use and also to convince our families and other members of our community to do the same. Thank you for making the world we live in a better place. Stay turtally cool!
Testimonial for Fundraiser Option:
The students and staff at our school were inspired by the Plastic Alarm film, as well as the words Arlian, ‘the Plastic Free Boy’, shared with us.
As a community we will be following up with a school based initiative that reflects working towards a plastic free environment. Thank you Arlian, for sharing your passion and initiative with us!
Margo Carwardine, Principal of St.Peter Chanel Primary School
Learning Outcomes - Curriculum:
This film is the perfect catalyst for students to look at the issue of plastic waste and then develop some strategies around reductions, avoidance, reducing plastic litter in school/the street - waterways - ocean. With an easy call to action for reducing plastic use and waste."
Learning for sustainability seeks to enable and empower students to make decisions and take actions that contribute to creating a sustainable society and ecosystem.
Project-based learning allows students to develop knowledge and understanding from multiple subjects. This helps them to apply this in the context of their school, classroom and local environment.”
Mark Caddey, Senior Project Officer, Sustainable Communities, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage