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Today it was already too dark to go outside for gardening club.So the children decided they would like to make a non-fiction/catalog/ book about the bulbs we have planted around our school.

Gardening club planted 200 spring flowering bulbs around our school grounds .Ready to welcome the Bees and Butterflies in spring.

Term 1 .To attract wild life to our school environment all year round,gardening club recycled some plants donated by' Swale in Bloom'.The front of our school looks great.

Term 5 - In Science, Year 1 have been learning about plants; thinking about how we can help the environment and be more eco friendly. We planted bean seeds with the idea of growing our own food. We have watched the plants grow and have kept a bean plant diary. 

At garden club we made bees out of old corks and placed them on the tree canes to protect our eyes.

Gardening club made an amazing scarecrow for the Kent Garden show.

Our children loved hearing from the travelling botantists - 8th May 2019

Gardening Club diary 2018-2019

Here is a sample of our diary entries each week

Joining in Sheerness beach clean in the Easter Holidays 2019

Guacamole making at Gardening Club

RSPB 2019 Bird Watch challenge

Preparing for spring

Planting 400 free trees

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Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address Barham Court, Teston, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Edward's Catholic Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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