Werribee Primary School created a numeracy indigenous garden in the area surrounding the Gr 5/6 playground. Colourful poles, a sundial, hopscotch area, a mosaic rainbow snake and indigenous plants were added.
The mosaic snake has been created by a variety of students from Years 3-6 who made the concrete blocks and then added a mosaic top. The 30 pieces were positioned to create a rainbow serpent moving through a grass land. The students have been working with Mrs Wembridge, Year 3/4 teacher and Ms Melazzini, a University student, as part of a 50 hour Sustainability project.
Well done to all those who have been involved in working on this project.
Mill Park Heights Primary School
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During one of our Saturday morning working bees, parents, students and staff removed sand from the sandpits in front of each of the grade 1 classrooms and replaced them with […]
Firbank Grammar School – Sandringham House
September 14, 2017
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Glendal Primary School
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Introducing Power Rangers to our school community.
CERES Education – Outreach Team
September 25, 2013
Matthew Navaretti has been part of CERES Education for the past 3.5 years. This month, we sadly say our goodbyes to Matthew as he starts a new and exciting job at Melbourne Museum. Before we let him go, we find out what inspires him…
Somers School Camp Woorabinda Campus
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Woorabinda is a residential school for 80 grade 4/5 students from across Victoria. Our campus is nestled amongst 100 hectares of protected bushland, natural wetlands, temperate rain forest and grassland. […]