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Thank you to all the Green Council volunteers.

You helped to keep the pathway unto the school tidy, weed the Gaudi garden and Tudor garden. We couldn't do this work without you!

 

 

 

Picture 1Our seedlings are growing.
Picture 2We have planted out our beans.
Picture 3Radish seedlings
 
Picture 5World War II garden

 

Picture 6Our first bug hotel has been started.
Thank- you to all the parents who have donated things for our new bug hotel. The first one is looking good and we have a couple of others planned for the school grounds to help support the children in their Science curriculum.

 

Picture 7

 

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 Tudor garden

 

 

 

In the past, Green Council have;

•created a bug hotel

•sown seeds and cared for plants

•planted vegetables and fruit outside

•weeded and cared for the Gaudi garden and the Tudor garden

•started to raise money for a new bridge in the Gaudi garden

 


 

Thank you for all your hard work and commitment, Green Council.

 

 

Every year in September, we ask the classes to nominate new Green Council members. Put your name forward if you will be committed to meeting each week, enjoy working in gardens and looking after the environment.

 

 

 

They work really hard to improve and maintain the school grounds. They plant seeds, grow vegetables to eat, weed the Gaudi garden, look after the animal habitats and homes in the Nature garden, grow flowers and help the school to be healthy.

Mrs Smith has been busy planning what we may need for our gardens and outdoor areas. She has arranged for one of the local garden centres to help provide the plants, soil and some decorations.

Picture 1

 

 

Tips for Gardeners
by the Green Council

  • Don't EVER plant Russian ivy.

  • Water your plants once a day if they live in the house.

  • Plant and harvest at the right time of year.

  • Seeds don't germinate in winter.

 
 

 

 

 


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