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View Road School students went for a trip to Henderson recycling learning centre earlier this month as part of the Waste Wise Minimization in Schools project. Students are learning how to sort rubbish and choose the Right Recycling options to Reuse or Refuse. The school has raised gardens, with a variety of winter vegetables that is used for hot soup on Fridays. The green fingers group manages the school gardens and monitors the rubbish bins at lunch time. The worm farm and composted scraps go back into the garden to help grow healthy fresh veges.

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