A huge “WELL DONE” to Katie and Laura for taking Pollinator Promise into the community.
Alan Mak MP listened to a polished presentation by Year 5 and Year 6 pupils. They explained the plight of pollinators and simple steps that we can all take to help them.
This week our job was to build a home for frogs and toads. It was a team effort by me, Shannon, Connie and Daulton. by Jack
As you may know y5 were at Stubbington and four people did not go . So we spent some time with Miss Newman doing gardening. On Wednesday we had the job of helping Y1 outside. We helped them make leaf rattles and it was great fun. This week we have been having great fun working […]
After we cleared the area, we rolled a huge log to the edge. This will protect the plants and it also makes a good seat!
On Wednesday afternoon we had fun trailblazing. We started off raking the the leaves away from the bulbs and we had to be careful because the bulbs are just little plants trying to grow! Ivy was close by so all of us took care not to trip or get it in our eyes. Our team […]
Today we had fun trailblazing near the nature area. We had to be careful of the stinging nettles and brambles. We cleared an area near the bug home and put in woodland seeds.
Some Y5s stayed behind from going to Stubbington. Miss Newman taught us and we did trailblazing. This afternoon we had a task to rake up the leaves and put in some woodland seeds. When we finished it look great!
My favourite tree is maple because I love it’s colours.
In year 2 we have been learning about trees with Miss Newman. Miss Newman has put us in our house groups. York have maple, Durham have oak ,Canterbury have rowan and Winchester have lime. We have been doing leaf rubbinsg ,bark rubbings and tree rubbings.