History of Kildare Nature reserve
The Kildare Nature Reserve was named after Ann MacRobert, who died in the Helderberg Air Disaster. Her niece and nephew came to Kildare school. Parents have played an enormous role in the development of Kildare Nature Reserve (since 1986), removing alien vegetation, planting indigenous plants, building bridges, a pathway system, bird feeding areas, a story nook, an indigenous forest, a fragrance walk, a texture walk, amongst others.
We need constant parent support to help maintain this unique facet of our School. If you feel you can contribute, please contact the school Secretary for more information.