Students plant towards future

Students plant towards future

Tenison Woods College students recently got their hands dirty, taking part in National Schools Tree Day.

Students from the junior school, Poplars Inclusive Education Centre and the Early Learning and Community Centre planted plants and trees which had been propagated from the college’s indigenous garden and relocated into the swale area.

The college was fortunate to partner with Noel Barr Toyota, which provided students with gloves, shirts and hats for the day.

Toyota Australia is a major sponsor of the annual event, with the goal of planting one million native trees every year.

The program was established by Planet Ark in 1996 and has become Australia’s largest community tree planting and nature care event.

National Tree Day is a call to action for all Australians to get their hands dirty and a way to give back to the community.

Tenison Woods College participate in the event each year, with the experiences gained by the students very valuable, giving them a great feelings.

The students were proud of their efforts and achieved a lot throughout the day.

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