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Great results for Jerilderie Primary students

Which school has the most creative calcium canvas? Jerilderie Public School does!

November 21, 2012 4:19am

Jerilderie Public School students show off their winning Great Wall of Dairy banner.

The local primary school was announced the Riverina regional winner of Dairy Australia’s brand new creative curriculum project - The Great Wall of Dairy - in Finley on Monday.

As part of the program, which has the theme ‘Farm to Fridge’, students decorated fridges while learning about the dairy industry.

Students also visited dairy farms and spoke to farmers, gaining further insight.

Jerilderie Public School was one of six Riverina primary schools to take part in the project, which has been ongoing for a number of months.

Other schools were Sacred Heart Primary School Tocumwal, St Columba’s Primary School, Finley Primary School, Mayrung Primary School and St Joseph’s Finley.

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