Our Bush Tucker garden was born from the desire to foster biodiversity, strengthen our connection to land, and honour the indigenous heritage. As a student-led project, our Grade 3/4 students have created beautiful gardens to showcase local indigenous plants. We have a weekly garden club that grows fruit and vegetables and teaches students the importance and value of locally grown food. Our parent volunteers guide our studers on planting, watering, and harvesting fresh produce.
We have beautiful and loved chickens at our school. Our student environmental monitors feed and look after the chickens each day and collect fresh eggs
($5 a dozen - purchase from the office).
We do our best to recycle our waste throughout the school. Our recycling monitors ensure our paper is collected and recycled each week to minimise our school's environmental footprint. Each of our classrooms have a compost bin to collect and recycle food waste to feed to the chickens and to create compost to maintain our garden.