Eco Club - Bee conservation

Eco club have been learning about biodiversity. We have talked about the importance of bees and how we need them to pollinate our plants. We decided to create a conservation area and we sowed wild flower seeds. We will water and watch our flower grow over the coming weeks.   

Category: Eco Blog

ECO Gardening KS2

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ASDAN - New Gardening project.

Students in KS5 have been designing and have begun preparing a outside dinner space for our staff. Today they have cleared the area of unwanted furniture, rubbish and weeds. In the coming weeks they will be costing and voting for the best design then moving on to creating a lovely space for our…

Category: Sixth Form

KS5 ECO Gardening

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Spring comes to WSFC

Spring flowers planted earlier in the year by WSFC students are starting to create a beautiful display on the first day of Spring.

Category: Sixth Form

ECO Gardening WSFC

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Beautification of WSFC CarPark

WSFC pupils litter picked, weeded and planted spring flowering bulbs in preparation for a beautifully floral spring.

Category: Sixth Form

KS5 ECO Gardening WSFC

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Sixth Form Horticulture

As part of our ASDAN horticulture module we have been learning about house plants. Today we have researched how to care for Spider plants. We have potted Spider plant runners to take home and care for. 

Category: Sixth Form

KS5 ECO Gardening Asdan Horticulture

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Grow a Bee and Butterfly Garden

With spring just around the corner (although it may not feel like it) it is a good time to start thinking about what to plant in your garden to attract bees, butterflies and other insects. Bee's are an important part of our ecosystem and we can help them by planting lots of tasty flowers for…

Category: 4W 2020-21

Gardening

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Gardening club

Gardening club has been picking apples and pears from the trees in the school gardens. We were surprised how big, fresh and juciy they looked. We then washed and tasted them. They were delicious! 

Category: After School Clubs Blog

ECO KS3 Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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Gardening club

Gardening club have been having a go at pruning flowers and plants, watering and some littler picking. Jacob found a yummy swede in the vegetable patch. 

They have done a great job. Well done! 

Category: After School Clubs Blog

KS3 Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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Gardening club

Welcome back Gardening club!

Pupils in gardening club have been identifying weeds and clearing them from the flower and vegetable beds. 

 

 

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KS3 Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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Sixth form Gardening

Sixth form pupils have taken advantage of the weather by getting out in the school garden. They have worked hard preparing beds for the winter, weeding the vegetable patches and mowing the grass. The garden is beginning to take shape again and is looking lovely.  

Well done! 

Category: Sixth Form 2020-21

KS5 Learning outside the classroom Gardening Pathways Horticulture Beach group Tower 5B

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Sixth Form Gardening

Pupils in 5C and 5B have got stuck straight into gardening activities this week. We have been de-weeding the poly tunnel and the vegetable beds. 

Well done everyone! 

 

Category: Sixth Form 2020-21

KS5 Learning outside the classroom Gardening Horticulture Beach group

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Lockdown Lifeskills

Jake is loving helping out in the garden during this lovely weather!

He's weeding to keep on top of their recently refreshed garden, well done Jake!

KS4 Gardening Lifeskills preparationforlife 4T

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