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Summer 2017

Welcome to our garden.

Welcome to our garden. 1

Bumble bee.

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This Large Common Bumble Bee has been on the same patch of Snapdragon flowers for a couple of days now. She seems very happy and has plenty of nectar to feed on.

We have now got a GREENHOUSE! (Thank you Lindsay).

 

 

Learning about where food comes from is important.

Food!

Food! 1 Lovely lettuce...
Food! 2 and LEEKS!

We talk a lot about where food comes from. We are growing potatoes, tomatoes, herbs (including LOTS of MINT),leeks, lettuce - and we now have some rhubarb!

Year One did some gardening yesterday!

A male blackbird.

A male blackbird. 1
A male blackbird. 2
A male blackbird. 3

There are lots of ways to attract birds and bugs!

An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree...

An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 1 The young magpies have fledged.
An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 2 I asked the kids if they knew who built the nest.
An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 3 The magpie feather was their clue.
An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 4 After a few guesses,Freddie got it right!
An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 5 A magpie feather.
An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 6 We talked about the colours in the feather.
An old, used Magpie nest fell from this tree... 7 The children were surprised with the colours.

Today we looked around the grounds for signs of wildlife. We saw lots of birds and bugs!

Teaching our children about the environment and their place in it will help them appreciate the world they live in and the plants and animals that share it with them...

Our aim is to attract insects and birds to the garden and school grounds to increase bio-diversity and educate the children about their environment.

Attracting pollinators and birds whilst growing food plants helps children to understand nature and where food comes from.


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