Flambel pupils start mini garden

2016-11-24 06:02
Photo: supplied Flambel Primary pupils work on their garden at school.

Photo: supplied Flambel Primary pupils work on their garden at school.

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FLAMBEL Primary School’s Grade 7 pupils have started their own garden project as part of their life orientation lessons.
Nutrition and a balanced healthy diet is part of the curriculum. They went one step further and decided to plant their own vegetables.
They toiled the soil and prepared the ground, planted the seeds and seedlings, watered them and the rains that followed have been God’s blessings.
The vegetables planted include beetroot, spinach, lettuce, beans, mealies amongst many others. - Supplied.

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