Eco squad made a mini pond during Nature day using a washing up bowl, rainwater from our water butt, gravel and a pond plant.We really hope to see a frog in our pond in the future! Mrs Cawley also made a film to show our parents at the cinema on Friday.
Alex has made a fantastic poster advertising our jumble sale which will take place on Friday 5th May at 2:30pm.Please come along and help us to recycle even more and raise money for school.
To attract bees and butterflies we have planted wildflower seeds in pots around school.Do you have any Wildflowers in your garden at home?
Eco Squad took part in Waste week by turning plastic soup containers into unique, colourful plant pots !
Year 2, Mrs Swanton, Mrs Cawley, Miss Broad, Miss Taylor Wilson and myself continued the Great British Spring Clean by going on a mass litter pick around the local community on Friday afternoon.We collected 7 bin bags full of litter!
Eco squad worked very hard clearing up litter from the local community.We are very proud of you, well done our Eco warriors!
Year 2 have planted broadbean seeds in class then they have repotted the seedlings and put them in our new greenhouse to grow!
Year 2 have grown broad beans from seeds.They have repotted the seedlings and placed the broad bean plants into our new greenhouse!
We used atlases to locate Africa on a world map.Can you name any of the 54 countries that make up the continent of Africa?
Eco squad took part in the RSPB’s 2017 Birdwatch.We saw lots of birds including Robins, Woodpigeons, Magpies, Crows, House sparrows, Collared doves and Blackbirds.What birds do you see in your garden?