The real value is connecting what kids do in Maths and Science to a bigger world - Gail Sheeby
There's always time to visit the chickens
We use our own compost created by collecting organic waste from canteen, Baycare, staffroom, fruit break and adding grass clippings.
The Paddock to Plate process in Stage 3!
Each class has their own raised garden bed.
Students choose their veggies from the seasonal planting guide, plant seeds and seedlings and then weed, water and wait!
In Stage 3 we have a wonderful opportunity to try new things. This year we had carrots so we made carrots cakes! We tried vegan recipes, we made our own flatbread for gozleme, rice paper rolls, tossed salads on the side with a variety of dressings, a spinach cob loaf for something different, and savoury muffins.
2023 Stage 3
We managed to beat the cabbage moth this year and made mountains of Coleslaw with Stage 3. They also harvested carrots, snowpeas, capsicum and parsley and chopped and shredded for Fried Rice and Veggie Pizza.