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Tag: Garden

Teachers’ Involvement

Being a city school it is often difficult to enjoy the great outdoors so now we have brought a taste of nature to our school. From our garden parties where girls of all ages come together to plant flowers for each of the classes to our new and wonderful garden, Pembridge is simply blooming. With […]

Pennington Infants needs your advice!

The sensory garden at Pennington Infants’ School is up and running! The gnarly, old oak tree now has sturdy decking around it and the raised flower beds wait  in anticipation for planting. The paths are ready for the trample of excited little feet and the insect boxes await many-legged friends. But we may have a problem – […]

Coleshill CofE Infant School – Our Eco Garden

We are developing our school eco garden. First we had 3 new raised beds installed, then all the children planted herbs and vegetables. We had the most amazing pumpkins and marrows.  Some unusual purple sprouts are growing now.  Also the children grew their own potatoes and took them home to share with their families. Everyone at […]

HEAL @ Skinners’ School 2008-2009

Skinners’ School in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, is already renowned for being at the front of the fight against saving energy, with solar panels supplying all of our science and catering facilities and filtering left over energy into the national grid. These were in place before I (Miss Montoya) started and organised by a teacher called […]

Fearnhill School provides habitats! – Mission Update!

As part of the mission to improve the biodiversity around Fearnhill School, 30 saplings, donated by the Woodland Trust ,were planted around the school grounds.  Some of these were planted around the wildlife garden to provide a wider range of habitats for various bird and insect species.  In the wildlife garden itself, the pond is […]