Harmony Forest Regeneration Project
The Harmony Forest Regeneration Project was started in March 2015. The aim of the project is to provide innovative education pathways and develop a usable space for students that previously did not exist.
The Harmony Forest pathway is approximately 600m long and winds its ways through the 3000 native plants that we planted, along a man-made pathway which is easily accessible to all students. The Forest has a purpose-built outdoor classroom so students can be learning in a relaxed and informal environment.
The performance/parade area is on the outer edge of the forest and allows for the school to hold parades, musical performances, dance or educational programs.
All staff are encouraged to take their classes out into the forest to enjoy the opportunity to learn in a unique environment. All staff are trained in outdoor play through Nature Play Qld.
The Harmony Forest continues to be a work in progress, with developments to include seating for points of reflection and relaxing, more plants to further develop the forest, and creative displays such as sculptures and artwork.