Pupils enjoy the new Eco-Garden

Thursday, Nov 10, 2016

Over the last 2 weeks, the new Eco-garden has been a hive of activity as pupils from all across the school have been busy planting their first crops. The Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2 have planted a variety of flowers. Whilst Year 3 are hoping that the fruits (and vegetables) of their labour can be offered as part of the Healthy Selfie.  It has been back to the trenches for Year 6; they have been ‘Digging for Victory’ planting cabbages, carrots, shallots, radishes and broad beans (Mr Firth’s least favourite food) to replicate what a vegetable patch would have been like during World War II