Eliza Hammer, Environmental Education Teacher, visited the Primary children to give a presentation on our school progress with composting and vermicomposting. The children were very excited to see the worms and learn about how their scraps from Food Work are being composted for the vegetable garden.
Our students are learning about caring for the environment in many different ways. The hands – on experience of composting is a fantastic way to understand what happens to our garbage when we choose to compost. The children not only learn about how waste can be turned into rich soil for our vegetable garden, but also the related environmental concerns.