Hermidale Public School Harvests a Wheat Crop

A tiny school in western New South Wales is eyeing the skies hoping for dry weather so it can harvest its first wheat crop.

Seven students from kindergarten to year six attend Hermidale Public School, more than 600 kilometres west of Sydney.

“Our motto is reach for the stars,” principal Skye Dedman said.

Each day the students swap their uniforms for work shirts and boots and spend part of their school day outside tending to the 85-hectare crop.

Read more in the article published by ABC here.