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Garden Club relaunched November 2018

 

Exciting news!

 

The Gardening Club will start this term. We have some amazing plans to develop the environment and learn about creating a school kitchen garden together as a team. Mr Turner has moved the 'Potting Shed' equipment into our new home which is an amazing space (one of the outbuildings on the playground) to take shelter and work on our projects if the weather prevents us from getting outside.

 

Our first group will start on Tuesday 6th November and we are very keen to get started.

 

Mrs Morgan, Mrs Read (Lady in the Office) and Mr Turner our Site Manager 

 

 

 

 

Picture 1

We Are Busy Painting and Digging

Designing, Planting and Litter Picking

We have been busy over the last two weeks. We have planted our sweet peas and painted rocks to decorate our environment.

 

 

                                                                                                                            

 

                                                                        

 

 

 

The sweet peas have started to sprout and some of the clubbers have reported that the ones they took home are sprouting too! Hopefully we will have some pictures to share soon.

 

 

 

 

 

Our School Sweet Peas!!!

WOW ! Sweet peas, Cress Elves and Delicious Soup!!!

WOW ! Sweet peas, Cress Elves and Delicious Soup!!! 1 Well done Elliot , your sweet pea is looking good!
WOW ! Sweet peas, Cress Elves and Delicious Soup!!! 2 Wow Sophie keep us updated
WOW ! Sweet peas, Cress Elves and Delicious Soup!!! 3 You have been busy Victoria
WOW ! Sweet peas, Cress Elves and Delicious Soup!!! 4 We made cress elves
WOW ! Sweet peas, Cress Elves and Delicious Soup!!! 5 Delicious soup!

The first group of our re-launched garden club finished this week.

 

Thank you to everyone for all your hard work. In the final session we made bird feeders in old cups and mugs and cheerio feeders with string and pipe cleaners. 

 

Mr Spray, who teaches Forest School, took the extra feeders that the clubbers made to the Forest School area. His group helped to hang them in the trees. He reported that the birds were very excited with their treats.

 

  • Don't forget we love to hear from you.
  • Let us know how your plants are doing
  • Did the birds enjoy your feeders
  • What did you enjoy most about your time at Gardening Club.

 

We will post any of your pictures or writing onto our club page.

Making Our Bird Feeders

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