We were really excited to welcome back our Gardening Club after a break over winter. There were some new faces joining us who all seem keen. We had a chat about what we would like to achieve this year and about a couple of projects to get involved in. We then had a look around the garden areas and spotted some signs of spring – buds on some trees, frogspawn and a few flowers beginning to bloom. Our new polytunnel is underway thanks to our caretaker and we can’t wait until we can get to work in there. Each year we send for potatoes from Grow your Own and some of us planted these in grow bags. We are hoping to get another good harvest this year.
If anyone has any spare gloss or paint suitable for painting wood outdoors, we would really appreciate it as next week we are getting started painting our plant boxes. Thanks.
Despite only venturing down to the woodlands once due to the wet weather, we have still had a brilliant time in nature club making bird feeders and painting Christmas themed stones. Thank you Year 2 for making it so enjoyable and a big thank you to Mrs Moss for her help too.
We had lots of fun in Nature Club this afternoon exploring the woodlands on a scavenger hunt and also making our own nature portraits.
Just take a look at our y5/6 superstars! Just the Nicest Kids in Town!