The tiny seedling that one of our lovely Y3 children brought home on her last day of school has fully bloomed today. A really significant reminder that despite everything happening […]
The RSPB have a Wild Challenge – your chance to help wildlife, explore nature, and work towards awards by making your way through a heap of wild schools activities. What […]
We’ve had a busy day today making and decorating cakes and planting more seeds.
Today we have planted some onions in the victory garden beds. Fingers crossed we see some life soon. 🧅🧅
What a wonderful place to look around and just take a moment to take the beauty in.
Today in Y3S as part of our new science topic – we began to explore our school grounds to see if we could spot any plants. Once we had done […]
This morning in Y3S – linking to our topic – Habitats, we have been learning all about bees. We considered the question: Why do we need Bees? Y3S worked collaboratively […]
The children have been working hard around school collecting leaves, fruit waste and paper to add to our compost bays at the top of school. This compost, once ready, will […]
We have been buying plants from the nursery to grow and sell at this years summer fair. We have also bought some vegetables which have begun to grow from seed […]
We have been watering our vegetable patch since we came back to school from the Easter break and it is beginning to pay off! We have a lovely allotment beginning […]
As part of the Y3 topic about the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages we started our own settlement at school by growing vegetables. We have continued with this as we start […]