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Gardening at Moreland Primary School


UK and Africa

A team from the Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation group in the London office have been attending Moreland Primary School to assist the teachers with tidying the school's gardens twice a year. The team assist with weeding, pruning, collecting seeds, strimming, sweeping, raking, planting bulbs, and any other activities required by the school.

The aim of the project is to help the school to provide a tidy, clean, and healthy learning environment for the children. Part of the school's garden is used for recreational activities, while another part is used by teachers to educate the children about nature and different types of plants. 

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