In celebration of National Tree Day, the children suggested we plant fruit trees in the garden. The children planted an orange, mandarin and lemon tree in the garden and we hope that in time, we will be able to pick our own fruit from these trees. We also planted a Waratah, a beautiful Australian Native. All in all, it was a great day in the garden for all involved.

In celebration of National Tree Day, the children suggested we plant fruit trees…

In celebration of National Tree Day, the children suggested we plant fruit trees in the garden. The children planted an orange, mandarin and lemon tree in the garden and we hope that in time, we will be able to pick our own fruit from these trees. We also planted a Waratah, a beautiful Australian Native. All in all, it was a great day in the garden for all involved.

In celebration of National Tree Day, the children suggested we plant fruit trees in the garden. The children planted an orange, mandarin and lemon tree in the garden and we hope that in time, we will be able to pick our own fruit from these trees. We also planted a Waratah, a beautiful Australian Native. All in all, it was a great day in the garden for all involved.

With the help of our fabulous maintenance man, we created these awesome new benches for the outside area. We used recyclable items plus some tree stumps and wooden planks to create a very useful chair for the children to enjoy!

With the help of our fabulous maintenance man, we created these awesome new benches for the outside area. We used recyclable items plus some tree stumps and wooden planks to create a very useful chair for the children to enjoy!

The worm farm came alive yesterday... We filled it with 1,000 wiggly worms. This helps the children learn and get involved in recycling food waste productively and sustainably.

The worm farm came alive yesterday. We filled it with wiggly worms. This helps the children learn and get involved in recycling food waste productively and sustainably.

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Building strong relationships with our surrounding community is very important for the educators at Young Academics Elderslie. Our Young Academics enjoyed putting together a compost bin with the help of the lovely ladies from Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Great job everyone!

Elesha and her Toddler friends, at Young Academics Toongabbie, were tending to the garden when they discovered their carrot had grown to the size of a sweet potato! After finding the carrot, the Toddler room extended on this experience and discussed their observations of the carrot and then of course, they cleaned, peeled, cut and ate it! #EarlyLearning #YoungAcademics

Elesha and her Toddler friends, at Young Academics Toongabbie, were tending to the garden when they discovered their carrot had grown to the size of a sweet potato! After finding the carrot, the Toddler room extended on this experience and discussed their observations of the carrot and then of course, they cleaned, peeled, cut and ate it! #EarlyLearning #YoungAcademics


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