Our Green Schools committee delivered our Wheelbarrow Gardens down to the Dalkey Church gardens where they were displayed with barrows from six other local schools. They made for an amazing display and were admired by many passers by. We really enjoyed the experience overall and would like to thank Anna Fox from the Dalkey Creates festival and the wheelbarrow sponsors for getting us involved with this project. Take a look at the pictures below:
Present for meeting:
2nd - Adam and Matthew
3rd - Adam and Andrew
4th - Andre and Darragh
5th - Mauro and Milan
6th - Ciarán, Gabriel and Rory
Staff - Ms O'Neill and Mr Smith
- Dalkey Creates Festival - Wheelbarrow Gardens. Biodiversity team to update website with pictures from the day.
- Keep wheelbarrow gardens afterwards to add to biodiversity in our school grounds
- New biodiversity equipment to be ordered by Mr Smith
- Mr Smith arrange Oceaneers Education workshop for 6th class - Marine Biology
- Members to update classes about this meeting
- Website to be updated by members of committee from 5th and 6th class.
Secretary for meeting:
We completed the planting of mustard seeds and green manure in our second wheelbarrow which can be viewed in our school garden. The Wheelbarrow Garden is part of an initiative for the Dalkey Creates Festival in October. Our wheelbarrows, along with others planted and tended to by local schools, will be wheeled into town at midday on Friday 20th October and will remain on view in Dalkey Church Garden over the festival weekend. We are really looking forward to seeing how our seeds develop over the next month!
As part of the Dalkey Creates Festival, we are growing 'Wheelbarrow Gardens' along with other groups in Dalkey. In a few weeks time, we will bring these wheelbarrows to the church grounds to display alongside the other colourful barrows. Here are some pictures of our Green Schools Committee planting our Wheelbarrow Gardens:
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