Diego’s family went out for a stomp around their local woods. “After seeing so much litter there recently, we decided to use our litter picker and collect everything we saw.” Look at how much litter they collected! It’s a much nicer place now for both people and wildlife.
The team has been busy this week! Seed sowing has also been carrying on with carrots and courgettes popped in the last empty field bed. Pollinator friendly flowers have also been sown in the beds and pots around the classrooms. (We had already bought the seed before lockdown.) Even those areas of the grounds that […]
Have you been busy growing like like Anna, Theo and Marcell in Year 2? Anna is growing carrot tops. Theo is growing garlic. Marcell has sown lots of seeds, including pollinator friendly plants.
Look at Henry’s visitors this morning! You might not have mallards coming into your patch but take a look out of your window or in your garden and you will be amazed at what you can spot (with a bit of patience). Here’s one of Miss Newman’s visitors (taken on a mobile) – you don’t […]
You don’t have to go far to find treasure! Henry has been taking his daily exercise out and about with nature and researching his finds at home. Let us know what you have discovered!
Your garden is looking good Year 2! Keep the Year 2 team updated about your gardening at home.
Year 1 worked with our gardening team to plant potatoes. You’ll be pleased to know they have grown leaves, both in the field bed and in the grow bags! We will need to cover up the leaves next week to encourage more potatoes to grow and to stop them turning green. Are you growing potatoes […]
Bee Wall The solitaries are back and would like to say “Hello” to you all. We know you love to sit and watch them so click on the link to see and hear the happy buzz!
Amelia and Isla have weeded one of the raised beds on the field. Normally, we would be sowing more food crops for ourselves but without our school gardening team, we need to make sure we don’t have too many plants to care for. The bed is close to our bee wall so the girls have […]
There are always things to be done in the garden! The planter outside Year 3 and Year 4 was looking beautiful a couple of weeks ago but now the tulips and muscari have finished flowering. Elizabeth has begun the task of clearing the bed and has chosen to sow nasturtiums to bring colour later in […]