Last term we had a special Blue dress up day for World’s Oceans Day that raised money for the Dolphin Research Institute and our very own Kitchen Garden. The Dolphin Research Institute are not just an organisation that helps look after the dolphins in our bay but the help educated people of all ages about important environmental issues such as overfishing, habitat destruction and pollution. The Institute has received many awards over the last few years and we are very lucky to have them working with us and the I sea I care ambassadors. We would like to thank Mandy from the Dolphin Research Institute and donate a cheque worth $150 dollars from our special dress up day.
“Going back in Time “
By Meadows Primary | November 1, 2018
Students loved this wall ” Is this in the Olden Times”
ResourceSmart Schools Awards 2017
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | September 20, 2017
This year’s ResourceSmart Schools Awards finalists have been announced!
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