Get Your Grown Ups Gardening

Summer Session -GYGUG

The Peace Garden after a make over The benches after a sanding and a lick of sage green paint   After three fruitful sessions in the Summer term the Get Your Grown Ups Gardening initiative has been very successful. The benches in the main playground have been...

Late June – supports for the tomatoes, and more watering

June – planting marigold, replanting beans (take two), and much much watering

June – tying up peas, repotting carrots, watering …

May – Plant Sale – with proceeds of over £35 to Nepal Earthquake funds

May – planting our bee garden, marigold repotting, preparing growbags

Late April – potting on tomatoes, carrots, potatoes. Harvesting our rhubarb!

April – Summer term 2015 – Potting on Chard and Kale

April 2015 – our seedlings enjoying their Easter holidays

March 2015 – Sowing seeds

February 2015 – our new gardeners tidying up

GARDENING CLUB IS FULL AS OF 3RD MARCH 2015

February 2015

September 2014

Calling all gardeners!

We have been a club for 6 years and we meet every Thursday after school.  After a cup of squash and a biscuit we get down to sorting out our veg beds.

 

What are we doing?

 

October activities

September – more gardening activity

September 2014 – District Schools in Bloom Awards Ceremony

September 2014 – first gardening session of the season

July – Some of our Produce

July 2014 – District Schools in Bloom Inspection

Last Session of the Term

June 2014 – Preparing for District in Bloom Competition (Colours)

Early June 2014 – planting out tomatoes and leeks

May 2014 – Plant Sale

Spring 2014

We are having a busy 2014.  Over the early part of the year we sowed lots of seeds and peas and sweetcorn for our veg beds.  Any produce we had left over we put into a Plant Sale in May.  It was very successful and we made just under £40!

Earlier in the year we received information about a competition, District Schools in Bloom, and the Eco School team thought we should enter.  We are entering the Fabulous Flowers category where we need to plant different varieties of colourful flowers and show how they were grown.  So we have sowed white alyssum, blue lobelia, red/pink petunias and French marigolds in order to deck out our class flower beds in blocks of colour.  The seedlings are coming on and we hope they will be big enough for the competition judges in July.

Autumn 2013

Spring/Summer 2013

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