Grow, Harvest, Prepare & Share

Plants in our garden are flourishing and the pupils are now literally seeing the fruits of their labour. We have pea shoots growing, strawberries ripening, runner beans growing taller every day, beds of potatoes and cabbages too. During this week’s Gardening Club, Luke and Archie picked some of our strawberries and got enormous pleasure out of washing and tasting them. Our aim is to let pupils experience nature from seed to plate, – although we must be honest, we don’t think too many strawberries will ever make it to a plate.

‘Thank you very much for all the help and support you have given our daughter. The Link is a great school and our decision to send our daughter here was the best decision we made.”

Parental Survey 2017

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