Parents, we need your help to get others to sign up to Polli Promise and help us make a difference. Please tell your family, workplace and friends! Write your own or use some of the suggestions below. Add your own EMOTICONS or patch photo to grab attention! Do you have a 1×1 metre area where […]
Year 1 have been making bird feeders. A big thank you to Matthew and his Mum for a huge after school effort. What will you do? https://www.theclimatecoalition.org/show-the-love/
Today the children in Year 1 and Year 5 harvested radishes, lettuce, onions, potatoes, herbs and edible flowers. It was a really productive morning. The Year 1 and Year 5 children worked beautifully together. After we harvested the produce we set about washing, grating, chopping and cooking the vegetables. Mrs Raynsford and Mrs Howard helped to […]
The wattle fence was built using branches from our willow dome. Some members of Year 5 were watering the beds at the vegetable patch including: one lonely tulip, onions, radishes and cabbages. We also hosed part of the reflowing meadow with the roughly 50m reach hose. We all together had to water 48l of water […]
Imogen shows us that bumblebees are really very gentle and friendly!
Year 5 were set the task to weave the willow branches into the willow dome. They got off to a slow start but then they picked up the pace and worked as a team to get the job done. They worked very well together and they got it done by lunch time. Having worked […]
A few weeks ago Mrs Raynsford set a homework challenge.We had to make something good for pollinators and most of us took the challenge. I took the challenge and built a bee house.I made my bee house out of wood and straws. By Rihanna
In Year 5 we have been challenged to create artwork inspired Norval Morriseau. We started by sketching bees using pictures from the Internet. Then we simpilified them and transferred them onto paper. We then added a splash of colour with oil pastels and created background colours using brusho dye. Next, we explored Norval Morriseau’s artwork […]
On Wednesday 15th March we were busy for the bees! Planting all sorts of different flowers. Butterflies love our flowers! We all came dressed as our favourite pollinators. St.Alban’s C of E Primary school was buzzing!
Evie, Freya.C, Nicholas, Amber, Phoebe and Rihanna ( All pupils in Year 5 ) weaved the willow. They found a big stick to hook the higher branches. They throughly enjoyed it. They had to work as a team to weave the branches, they pulled the branches as tight as they could. Oscar came to them […]