Granville State School students Dakota Stace and Cassidy Sauer, pictured beside the school's scarecrow, are ready and raring to get into gardening where the vegetables and sunflowers flourish under the students care.
Granville State School students Dakota Stace and Cassidy Sauer, pictured beside the school's scarecrow, are ready and raring to get into gardening where the vegetables and sunflowers flourish under the students care. Robyne Cuerel

Little green thumbs gardening at Granville State School

YOUNGSTERS are learning how to garden at Granville State School.

The school has an environmental club, where students can work in the school garden.

Along with a vegetable patch, the school also has a greenhouse and students can water plants or weed the gardens.

The students keep a journal of the weather and of the jobs they carry out in the garden.

Lettuce from the garden is used to make sandwiches in the school's tuckshop.

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Granville State School students' Bronson Brown, Taylah Teasdell and Dakoda Stace give the school garden a good watering.
Granville State School students' Bronson Brown, Taylah Teasdell and Dakoda Stace give the school garden a good watering. Robyne Cuerel


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