A huge thank you to my dedicated ‘Garden gang’ who turned up on Tuesday and put in a great session deadheading, raking and shifting more bark chippings. When we were beaten by the strengthening rain, we retreated to the club house and began work on the hazel archway that will create the entrance to the read more »
This afternoon teamwork was in full flow as we relocated the sycamore that was felled last week. The woodland walk is now lined with new log piles ready for mini-beast hunts and the willow classroom is kitted out with fresh seating. A huge thank you as always to the dedicated ‘Garden Gang’!
Happy Friday all! This is from Tuesday evening and made me smile.
A huge thank you to Mrs Grant who came to see us at gardening club yesterday to present us with a cheque from the Dorset Gardens Trust School Committee. This will allow us to transform an area of our school garden into a wild flower meadow and have the resources to effectively bug hunt in read more »
Wow, here we are in 2019 already. Here are a few shots from our last gardening club of 2018. Clearing bamboo that we’ll use to support beans later in the year and generally tidying up memory corner.
Good evening all. As the heavens decided to well and truly open after school, our gardening club took the opportunity to enjoy some garden inspired art. Sycamore seed dragonflies were on the menu and making them was a thoroughly enjoyable way to spend our time in the dry and warm.
This evening in the cold and drizzle, the dedicated garden gang were hard at work relocating more of the bark chippings. We also wrapped the tree ferns in the ‘Jurassic Garden’ to protect them from the frost. We’ve surrounded the growing tips in barley straw, held in place with netting and repurposed dog feed bags read more »
Good evening all. This week we started to dig up an area of bark chippings that surround some of the beds. We are moving the chippings to the woodland walk to refresh the path. The plan is to remove the weed webbing and the planting beds, rake it over and sow a mix of sedges, wild flowers read more »
Hi Holy Trinity, I didn’t manage to blog last week so here is what we got up to on Tuesday night in our after school club. The children were split into pairs and each was given a vegetable bed to dig over and weed. They all put in a great shift.
Tonight saw the first meeting of the ‘Garden Gang’ in the second half of the Autumn term. The children worked hard for their hour raking the huge volume of leaves that have fallen and planting willow cuttings. We took cuttings from the healthy side of the willow classroom and planted them at the base of read more »