Biodiversity Case Study – Beaconsfield Upper Primary School
Beaconsfield Upper Primary School shares it’s site with the Beaconsfield Upper Recreation Reserve, Pony Club and Kindergarten and is surrounded by bushland on large rural properties. Conservation in the area has always had a strong following in both the community and the school, with our staff, parents and students involved in the design, development and care of our school grounds.
Over the past six years, our grounds have undergone a major redevelopment with constant building works occurring as part of our upgrades.
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