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We first discussed starting a Garden Club when it was Week 1 Term 2. Not many students were at school at this time and we wanted to do something to make a difference.

We were sitting in the eating area, then we looked at the garden beds and wondered if we could turn that area into something special. We asked Mr Clegg if we could start a Garden Club and he gave us loads of help. At lunch that day we went to the library and looked for books and researched about gardening.

Then we made a list of all the things we needed and made some posters. As a team we started to weed the garden beds, added compost, and planted some flowers and other seedlings that our parents kindly bought for us. There was a worm farm container in the shed and we worked out how to put it together. Indi brought in worms and then we just did little projects around the garden.

The Garden Club made us all happy at this uncertain time and the flowers brightened everyone’s day.

Written by Lauren Mackle, Year 4

A School of the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association

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372 Mons Road, Forest Glen QLD 4556 Australia

Phone: +61 7 5445 4444
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A School of the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association

CRICOS Provider 02537F

Contact the School

372 Mons Road,
Forest Glen QLD 4556 Australia

Phone: +61 7 5445 4444
Fax: +61 7 5445 4345
Email: enquire@scgs.qld.edu.au

 

Absentees

Phone: +61 7 5477 4488

 

Sunshine Coast Grammar School acknowledges the Gubbi Gubbi people the traditional custodians of the land on which we gather.
The Gubbi Gubbi people whose land stretched from the Pine River in the south, to Burrum River in the north, and west to the Conondale ranges.
We pay our respect to local Indigenous Elders and leaders past, present and emerging, and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.