TREE PLANTING DAY COLOURING COMPETITION WINNERS

We held yet another successful Tree Planting Day Colouring Competition this year with lots of entries. The winning entries will be on display in the Sustainability noticeboard outside Mr Paine’s office. The winners were chosen by the Yr 5 Senior Environment Team.

The prizes this year for the student winners are an assortment of things such as:  calico bag, gloves, a koala wrist band, a keyring, a bag tag, a stationery set, shape bands, stickers, tattoos and an owl banadana.

The winning adults get a seed greenhouse, a collapsible bucket and some seeds.

The winners are: Hinako PAW, Ashane PAW, Allycia 1KI, Desi 1KO, Hilda 2TS, Ethan 2MS, Imeth 3PN, Morgan 3BA, Liliana 4JE, Hayden 4LW, Thisumi 5BA, Lauren 5LE, Medeline 6TH and Julie 6NR.

The winning adults were Kathy Rintoul, mother of Lucy 5LE, Chris D’Silva, mother of Riley 2MSFui-Yin Yap, mother of Megan 1KI

A special mention and a small prize goes to Avani Mavani, mother of Reva 3BA.

The winning teachers are Miss Willcox, Mr Barraclough and Miss Bonacci.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prize packs (junior, senior and adult) and winning entries (junior, senior and adult).

ANOTHER TREE PLANTING DAY SUCCESS

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Kids need to get gritty and get their hands dirty

This year we held our 17th Annual MWPS Tree Planting Day on Monday July 31st 2017. We planted 400 new native trees and shrubs around the school. The Year 6 Enviro KTK team ran the day by themselves and must be commended for their hard work. Well done Julie, Jazmin, Max, Amir, Jenny, John, Arian, Nudara, Mirae and our Year 5 Enviro Team members Eadie, Olivia, Kenneth, Gianna and Sarina. Also a big thanks to Mr Rooks and our groundsman Peter for helping out all day too. Mulch will be laid around the new plants and students will maintain the gardens during their class gardening sessions. Over the last 17 years we have planted approximately six and a half thousand (6,500) plants. Quite an achievement! Classes also did tree themed activities in their rooms.