Glenburnie Primary School Glenburnie Primary School

Environmental Education

Glenburnie Primary School students actively participate in a range of learning programs that raise knowledge, awareness and skills related to environmental issues.

We are involved with Forestry SA to revegetate an area of land once used for pine forests between Snow Gum Reserve and Dry Creek Reserve. Students are involved in weeding, seed collecting, propagating and transplanting a large variety of native grasses, shrubs and trees in this ‘Biodiversity Corridor’.

The students also study the native Fauna in the area and have been able to experience the Butterfly walk and Wombat trail.

This project flows on into school where the students are creating indigenous species gardens around the school.