Created with the help of alumnus Margaret Smith, this garden space is located on the front lawn of the school. Students enjoy helping with the planting of vegetables and flowers each year.
Our former garden was located adjacent to the school building and is currently being used as an outdoor classroom.
- Children will begin to understand where their food comes from and be a part of the physical process of growing and harvesting food.
- Children will gain a sense of the life cycle of plants and insects and the interconnectedness of all organisms.
- Spending time in the garden will allow children to develop a strong connection to the natural world, and a future interest in protecting it.