Halls Head PS students get green in the garden


Halls Head Primary School Year 6 students Ty Millington, Mannix Morgan-Fielding and Brody Gwynne with Chaplain Christina Brady, Bunnings activities co-ordinator Jamie-Lee Plenderleith and teacher  Adrian Perry.
Halls Head Primary School Year 6 students Ty Millington, Mannix Morgan-Fielding and Brody Gwynne with Chaplain Christina Brady, Bunnings activities co-ordinator Jamie-Lee Plenderleith and teacher Adrian Perry.

HALLS Head Primary School students have been indulging their green thumbs.

The school has two new environmental Engagement Programs to encourage students to take care of their environment.

One group are revitalising an area of the Environmental Centre by planting native plants including bush tucker and painting bench seating. Another group will grow vegetables.

Bunnings Halls Head has provided plants, seedlings and expertise to ensure a successful program which focuses on goal setting, team work and responsibility.

Following the planting, students will be responsible for on-going monitoring and maintenance of the plants.

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