"I have learnt that following your passion and finding a project of interest to you allows you to get the most out of your education," says Oliver.
"By relating subject tasks and assignments to my business idea, I have been able to explore paths that will lead me beyond school. For example, in English, rather than write a short story, I wrote my crowdfunding video script and developed the whole crowdfunding campaign.
"I have involved my peers at school as much as possible. Rather than employ an external filmmaker I worked with a talented Year 8 student from my school, to bring my vision to life.
"I created a logo competition and invited students from Year 1 to Year 12 to enter their designs. Seeing the excitement on the children's faces as they submitted their work made me realise that this project is bigger than me.
"I want to inspire other students to follow their passion and think about education in a new way.
"In the future I see my business supporting other young startups in the local community, with funds from my egg sales going directly towards an enterprise competition that I will run for school students."
Details of how you can support Oliver's initiative will be released on Tuesday August 28, when he will launch his crowdfunding campaign. We hope the whole School and wider community will continue to get behind Oliver at this vital stage of his project and support sustainable farming in our region. Watch this space!