This document uses annotated photos to show how a large visually unappealing area of our school yard has been transformed into a much admired ‘Biodiversity Garden’. Work occurred from June 2016 – May 2017. Students received a $500 VSGA grant, contributed to the garden design, were involved with the planting and now ongoing care of the area.
Biodiversity Garden Area Learning Story
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | February 1, 2016
CERES Education Interview with Anthony Mangelsdorf The Environmental & Sustainability 2014 Educator of the Year ResourceSmart Schools Coordinator for the Barwon South West region Outdoor Environmental Education Lecturer at Federation […]
By Point Cook College P-9 | April 26, 2013
The suburb of Point Cook is a growing suburb on the fringes of the Western suburbs alongside Ramsar classified wetlands including Cheetham wetlands. There are many built wetlands interspersed between […]