Old timber, school chairs, wheel barrow wheels, screws, bolts and some new axles came together to produce three billy carts. Although everyone wanted to be part of this group, understandably, 12 students this semester had this opportunity. Students developed skills with hand saws, screw drivers, fixings, loads of problem solving and even the use of a cordless drill.
Billy Carts from Secondhand Materials
By Good Samaritan Primary School | July 22, 2013
As a part of their Inquiry learning where the students were developing skills in team work and how to contribute to the community, the Year 3s have begun to work towards creating a garden. This garden will not only grow vegetables for the students but become part of a sustainable project that aims to encompass and compliment a whole school approach to sustainable practice.
By Upper Yarra Secondary College | April 23, 2014
Upper Yarra is beginning to improve its sustainable practices and energy efficiency. We are currently taking part in the ResourceSmart program and started the process of becoming a 5 star […]
By Red Hill Consolidated School | April 27, 2013
Introduction The Ghost Nets Project that is currently evolving at Red Hill Consolidated began after the School Council expressed a strong desire for the children to have opportunities to learn […]