A special congratulations to Riccarton Primary School who won Gold and the School’s Choice Award and to Te Kura o te Mātāpuna arā Isleworth School, who won the People’s Choice Award. The plant quality in both exhibits was excellent. The judges loved the creativity of ‘plants as space creatures’ in Isleworth’s “Space Oddity”. Riccarton’s garden called, “What future do you Choose?” considered two very different outcomes for our earth. Their interactive component really appealed to the children, as did the engaging and beautifully made insects and birds.
Everyone loved Linwood Avenue School’s aliens; their exhibition garden, “Alienopoly” considered a future where the earth is taken over by aliens.
Diamond Harbour School – Diamond Harbour – Our Future
Te Kura o te Mātāpuna arā Isleworth School – Space Oddity
Oaklands School – Te Maunga, Te Awa, Te Waihora
Ricccarton Primary School – What future do you Choose?
GOLD & SCHOOLS CHOICE AWARD
Linwood Avenue School – Alienopoly
St Albans Catholic School – Discovering D.P.#49
Wairakei School – A Dual Purpose
Waitakiri School – BACK ‘In to the Future’
West Melton School – In two Futures
West Spreydon School – One step forward…
Westburn School – Drip by Drip