Markham Valley Secondary School continue to teach, inspire and guide students who can return home and lead a self-reliance & sustainable lifestyle.

by planter’s child adventures

These boarding students at Markham Valley Secondary School did a fantastic clean up work on Saturday morning.

In my time we work too but this is becoming more exciting and interesting because there is fun, memories and colours that tell a beautiful story.

As part of community service, clean up is a shared responsibility to keep the school clean to allow for a healthy and happy learning to take place. After students leave school, they are prepared for the reality outside.

Life in a boarding school prepares a student to become self-reliant, independent and smart so that you can take care of your own homes, grow your own food, build your own house and look after your family and those around you with a sense of responsibility.

Many hands make work lighter.
Tending to plants in school is not only for girls.
Gardening can make you appreciate team work.
Let’s capture our journey in pictures.

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