Reception class have started our new exciting Forest School activities. We played a game of ‘hide and seek’ to establish boundaries of how far we could go. We looked at different plants to give us awareness of what might hurt us, we looked at how we could stay safe and if we were nettled what […]
On Thursday 19th June Class 2 picked the beans. We pulled the bean stalks to get the beans out of the ground. We had to be careful not to rip the beans open. Oliver Thornton After we had picked the beans we took the beans out of the pods. We then started to chop up […]
Yesterday Miss Callow told us that we were going to make some Marrow and Tomato Soup. First we had to pick the marrows and onions. We also picked the pumpkins but we didn’t need them for this soup. Once we had picked all the vegetables we had to dig out all the weeds and leaves. […]
Here are our new school councillors and a marrow that we have recently grown! The marrow weighs 2kg!
Class Two have harvested the broad beans that they have grown over winter since last September. It was a bumper harvest from the two raised beds. The children enjoyed harvesting the beans, weeding ans preparing the beds for the next crop. We podded the beans and tried them in class. Some of the children liked the […]
Look at our fabulous broad bean plants! [dmalbum path=”/wp-content/uploads/dm-albums/Broad Beans/”/]
The fruit trees are in full blossom and we are hoping for another bumper crop in the autumn term: last year we took out baskets to collect the fruit and ended up using the wheelbarrow to transport the pears and apples into school! As it is the Queen’s Diamond jubilee year we have been awarded […]