WSFC Volunteering at Cherry Tree Road.

Pupils from WSFC worked in the allotment belonging to UR Potential on Cherry Tree Road Blackpool. The pupils painted furniture and raised beds and weeded, enjoying the collaborative work with their peers in the bright spring sunlight of a Blackpool afternoon.

KS5 LOTC Sixth Form Volunteering Gardening

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Gardening Club

Gardening club have been busy learning how to prepare the soil and plant potatoes. We are hopeing for a good September harvest!

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KS4 ECO Gardening

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Gardening Club

To keep our crop well hydrated over the Easter Holidays, Gardening club have made plant feeders and water catchers. 

They have recycled used plastic bottles which work a treat and are easy to use. 

Well done Gardening club, you've done a great job! 

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KS4 Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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Gardening Club

Gardening club have enjoyed some spring sunshine this week. We have been preparing the soil ready for new planting. Well done everyone!

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KS4 Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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Beach group gardening

Last week beach group went to the nurseries to choose some plants for the key stage 2 flower bed. They chose things that will flower and also smell nice. This week they worked really hard clearing out the raised bed, adding more compost and gravel, putting in the plants which they had chosen and…

KS5 LOTC ECO Sixth Form Gardening

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Gardening Club

Gardening club have been planting rosemary seeds in egg boxes with compost this afternoon. When the seeds grow and are ready to plant, the seeding and egg box can be placed straight into soil. The recycled egg box will natually decompose making it a very eco friendly way to plant. In the meantime…

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KS4 ECO Gardening

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Gardening Club

Gardening club have been busy again this week despite the weather. We have been watering our seeds in the polytunnel and making labels for our growing veggies and herbs. 

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KS4 Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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Gardening Club

Our green thumbed group have been busy again, tidying the gardens and playgrounds of leaves and litter. We have begun to tidy and recompost some of the beds in the pollytunnel, so we can sow some winter veggies. Well done guys! you have been working really hard.

 

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KS4 Gardening

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Autum Gardening

We have been working hard raking up all those Autum leaves. Well done everyone!

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KS4 KS3 Life skills Learning outside the classroom Gardening

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The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Oak.

In February 2012 for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Park Community Academy acquired an oak tree sapling grown from an acorn from one of the Queen's own oak trees.

Back in 2012 when it was planted it was a diminutive 12" high sapling. It had been forgotten about for 5 years until spotted by Mr…

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LOTC ECO Gardening

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WSFC Birdboxes.

Mr Duncan kindly put up two birdboxes in front of WSFC.

The birdboxes were built by sixth formers during their college links joinery course at Blackpool and the Fylde College.

KS5 LOTC ECO Blackpool and The Fylde College Sixth Form Joinery College Links Gardening

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Gardening at WSFC.

KS5 LOTC ECO Sixth Form Gardening

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