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Composting! Healthy eating! Cooking! Curriculum links Partnership with the canteen! Buddy training! Expanding the garden! Community involment Fun and excitement!
2014 saw Mt Kuring-Gai set-up new garden beds in the school…with mostly positive results. Except for our Bunnies !!!
With some help from the cuttings and seedlings acquired in Workshop 1!
Linking with the curriculum with the garden outside !
Our garden group’s activities link with the Personal Health Choices strand of the PDHPE K – 6 syllabus Using our garden’s produce for a healthy salad
Here’s the garden group enjoying noodles and vegetables that were freshly picked form the garden. Kids growing herb seeds for Fathers Day gifts!
Plant Bug were very generous with their donation of gardening tools and gift voucher for plants !
Plants donated by community members. Students involved in National Tree Planting day – August 28 th.
Year 3 students showing how it is done!
Handing over some lettuce to the ladies at the canteen
To build a scarecrow to protect our garden and to expand our existing garden into something spectacular !!!
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