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.

We cannot thank you enough for all the time and effort you have put into our son. You are amazing and we appreciate everything you have done for us as a family.


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Nurturing nature

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Students raise funds for Ukraine

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‘Thank You’ Afternoon Tea

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