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Plants For Sale

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Wed, June 21, 2017 07:21PM
Eco club along with other members of the school community have been hard at work growing lots of plants to sell at our school fair on Saturday. Eco club have made some lovely window boxes and planters! Make sure you pop over to the plant stall on Saturday and these lovely plants could be growing in your garden this summer!

An Eco Treat

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Wed, June 21, 2017 07:14PM
Eco club have worked very hard this year maintaining our school grounds we thought they deserved a treat! Mrs Allen made a delicious rhubarb tart with the rhubarb from our school garden. We also had ice cream to help cool us down on a very warm day. All the children got to take home a tomato plant and petunia plants! We would like to thank all the children for their hard work this year it really has been a very busy year with our new polytunnel!

J Duggan and F Allen

Polytunnel Update

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Sun, June 11, 2017 05:39PM
The school community have been very busy looking after the plants in our school polytunnel. Take a look at what we are growing. Eco kids hard at work, they are great helpers!

Walk To School Week

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Thu, May 18, 2017 11:49AM
Well done to all the boys and girls who have walked to school this week. Remember you could walk to school everyday and save the environment!What a fantastic walking bus!

Eco club

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Fri, May 12, 2017 01:30PM
Eco club started this week. We decided to tidy up the outdoor garden as it was a lovely sunny day!😎

Planting our dahlias

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Allen Thu, April 27, 2017 03:56PM

Oh my goodness - the children were so excited to get into the polytunnel - then, they couldn't wait to get out!! It was so warm. The next time we go, we will not be bringing our coats. We had a tray of Dahlias that had been grown for us until they were about 4 centimetres. The children had to divide them out, taking care not to damage the roots. I actually put them into the soil as we just hadn't enough time. We will be watching them grow and watering them regularly.

Thank You

Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Mon, April 10, 2017 11:40AM
A big thank you to all the parent volunteers who came to school this morning and helped Sammy put the soil in the planters! You did a great job.👍🏻We will be ready to plant after Easter!!!

The polytunnel

Eco AnnouncementsPosted by Mrs Allen Wed, April 05, 2017 04:26PM

Thank you very much to Sammy and Paul Kirkpatrick (Charlie and Jack's dad) who have been working at the floor of the polytunnel all day. It was a big job and Sammy needed some help. Paul was able to go and collect ready mixed concrete with his van and trailer.

Soon we will be able to start planting our flowers, fruit and vegetables. We are all looking forward to taking turns to work in the polytunnel.

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