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August 18, 2021

Kids take up the recycling challenge

Australian school students competed in MobileMuster’s national recycling challenge. Over 150 preschools, primary and secondary schools took part and set up a muster at their school to collect mobile phones and accessories for recycling.

“It’s encouraging to see students of all age groups and from all parts of the country get so excited about recycling both at school and at home. Congratulations to all of our challenge winners,” said Spyro Kalos, Head of MobileMuster.

Winning Schools

Australian Capital Territory
1Canberra Grammar School Red Hill
2Brindabella Christian CollegeNorwest Campus, Charnwood
New South Wales
1Victoria Avenue Public SchoolConcord
2Yarrawarrah Public SchoolYarrawarrah
3Alstonville High SchoolAlstonville
1Flagstone State Community CollegeFlagstone
2Assisi Catholic College Upper Coomera
3All Saints Anglican SchoolMerrimac
South Australia
1Pooraka Primary SchoolPooraka
2Hills Christian Community School Verdun
3Walford Anglican School for GirlsHyde Park
1Rosetta Primary SchoolRosetta
2Moonah Primary School Derwent Park
3Longford Primary SchoolLongfrod
1Seymour CollegeSeymour
2Glenallen School Glen Waverley
3Victory Lutheran CollegeWest Wodonga
Western Australia
1Orelia Primary SchoolOrelia
2Mindarie Primary SchoolMindarie
3Redcliffe Primary SchoolRedcliffe

Participation prizes were also allocated to ten schools who sent in a collection to ensure every school who took part had a chance to win. The prizes were awarded to:

  • Albuera Street Primary School, TAS
  • Brisbane Boys’ College, Toowong QLD
  • Brisbane Independent School, QLD
  • Carey Baptist College Forrestdale, WA
  • Damascus College, VIC
  • Eastwood Primary School and Deaf Facility, VIC
  • Engadine High School, NSW
  • Newcastle Middle School, NSW
  • St Joseph’s Early Childhood Services, NSW
  • St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, QLD

The School Challenge is part of MobileMuster’s education program that aims to encourage young people to look at the impact of mobile technology and inspire them to act for a sustainable future. The challenge gives students an opportunity to put in practice their enthusiasm for recycling and sharing their environmental voice within the community. Learn more about MobileMuster’s award winning curriculum guides, school kits and school resources to support sustainability education in the classroom, click here.