TRANBY College has marked its 20th anniversary by adding 2000 native trees, bushes and shrubs to its native garden on Clyde Avenue.
“Everyone had a hand on the day, with all students given the opportunity to plant a tree to commemorate the 20th year of the college,” principal Dr Clayton Massey said.
“It was a real community effort, with Tranby Emergency Service Cadets involved in preparing and clearing the area and staff and students involved in many different ways.
“It was a sheer delight to see the Junior School students get grubby hands planting their tree,” Dr Massey said.
Tranby College is distinguished by its expansive, open, green and natural school grounds. With lawns and trees and places for children to relax and play, Tranby offers a happy environment for children to grow and learn.
“Planting a tree is a gift you give to the future,” Dr Massey said.
For more information, visit www.tranby.wa.edu.au or call 9524 2424.