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Ryde Environmental Education Network (REEN)

REEN is an environmental network set up in 2007 by the City of Ryde to provide schools and their teachers with learning opportunities, tools, resources, ideas and support to embed sustainability across the school curriculum.  

This network is free to join and attend to all teachers within the Ryde LGA.

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Completing a REEN meeting will contribute one hour and 30 minutes of NESA registered PD addressing descriptor 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. 


View upcoming REEN meeting agendas and past minutes for 2019 by clicking on the links in the table below. 

Agendas Minutes
 Term 3 - August 2019

Term 3 - August 2019(PDF, 81KB)

Term 2 - May 2019

Term 2 - May 2019(PDF, 443KB)

Past agendas and minutes

Agendas Minutes
Term 4 - Oct 2018 Term 4 - October 2018(PDF, 361KB)
Term 2 - May 2018 Term 2 - May 2018(PDF, 188KB)
Term 1 - Mar 2018

Term 1 - March 2018(PDF, 338KB)


16 August 2017

16 August 2017(PDF, 182KB)


07 June 2017 07 June 2017(PDF, 57KB)
21 February 2017(PDF, 61KB) 21 February 2017(PDF, 53KB)

To view previous REEN meeting minutes from 2013, please click here.


I want to join REEN

If you would like to join REEN or are interested in receiving updates complete our Online Form below or email your details to

Online Form - Request to join REEN


    Preferred day for REEN meeting (to minimise conflicts with school activities; REEN meetings are often held from 3.45pm - 6pm) * (Required)

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    Find out more

    For more helpful information view past Ryde Environmental Educations Network eNews and reports here or a range of websites under 'Resources for Teachers' located at the top of this page.

    Should you have any further questions about REEN please email or call Council's Sustainability Programs Coordinator or Waste Communications Officer on 9952 8222.

    Last updated on 20 August 2019