It was a day of receiving grants for Collector Public School.
The school received a Young Arts grant of $500 and a Woolworths Junior Landcare grant of $1510 to help with their music program and outdoor learning space respectively.
The cheques were received during an assembly on Friday June, 4 and Collector Public School principal Mark Wyatt was very grateful for them.
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"These art funds will be put towards a program run by the Hume Conservatorium at our school where Peter Wardrobe gives weekly lessons to all the students," Mr Wyatt said.
"They then perform at community events and school assemblies.
"We are very excited to receive this grant, to help support this program.
"In the past, we had received funds which we used as part of our dance program.
"It helped students improve confidence, coordination and critical thinking skills."
"As part of this project, Trap Dog Designs have created a plan, which includes a yarning circle, raised gardens, potting shed, fruit trees, interactive areas and chooks," Mr Wyatt said.
"We will get more established fruit trees and soil mix to help jump start the project and to encourage local bees and wildlife."
Mr Wyatt thanked parent Annette Carter who put the proposal forward.
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