College students build day-care feature
Narrogin Agricultural College students installed a timber deck they had been working on at Narrogin Regional Day Care last Friday.
Certificate II Construction Pathways students were thrilled to be able to assist the day care and help improve their playground facilities so the children could continue to enjoy playing in a safe environment.
Head of trades Paul Dyson believes one of the greatest lessons in life is how good it feels to give something back to the community and give up your time for others.
“The greatest lessons here are not actually in construction; they are in community engagement and volunteering your time and expertise for others, of which the Agricultural College is grateful for the opportunity to be involved in,” he said.
Year 11 student Liam Sweeney, who helped construct the deck, said he and the other students hoped the children at the day care centre enjoyed their new deck and their new safe and fun play environment.
RIGHT: Students from Narrogin Regional Day Care Centre get their first walk on the ramp made by students from Narrogin Agricultural College.