Sensory garden benefits from planting
Pretty Beach Public School's Sensory Garden has benefited from a recent planting of $700 worth of plants.
The planting was done at the start of Term 2 by students in Years 3 and 4 and volunteering parents and saw a number of Australian bushfood varieties and other edible species planted.
According to principal Ms Deborah Callendar, the school is now looking at installing a water pump and self-irrigating system to ensure the garden thrives.
"If you are knowledgeable and willing to assist in the purchase (using school funds) and installation of a water tank pump and irrigation system, please contact the school," Ms Callendar said.
Newsletter, 9 May 2019
Deborah Callendar, Pretty Beach Public School
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