Curie Wins Eco Council Inter-House Sunflower Competition!
Curie house was crowned champion of the sunflowers this week bringing the Inter-house sunflower competition to a close. Students in Years 7 – 10 have nurtured their sunflowers from seeds, then subse-quently in the raised beds, since the competition was launched in April. Impressively students in Curie had 18 sunflowers growing from the 20 seeds they were given, the tallest sunflower at 2.02 metres and the biggest cumulative height of 22 m 98cm.
In winning the competition the house received 200 house points, with all houses receiving house points for their efforts. A special mention also goes to Johnson who created a unique 6 headed sunflower!
It has been wonderful seeing the Eco garden come alive with students and attracting wildlife, such as bees and butterflies. A huge thank you to Mrs Hewit for her support with this competition and congratulations girls on your achievements!
Co-leader Eco Council