Yummy Carrots!

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

Carrots are orange and crunchy.

They are tasty and yummy for your dinner. You should try them!

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

Enjoying Tasty Tacosanya engoyed the tacos from the kongo meal

plants and rabbits

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

In purple class we have been growing  plants and we have two rabbits in the cortyard and we growing frute and vegretbuls.

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

thisis our lovely garden with steve the tortois and Snugles the rabbit and Martha the rabbit

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

We have been growing vegetables  in the school. We also have 2 rabbits and some tadpoles. Yestday Steve the tortoise came round.

I like the tadpoles because the are cute.

tadpoles

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

There are some tadpoles in the schools garden.I think therve turnd into frogs now. Weve Cept them for a long time.

Animals and vegetabls

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

Yesterday Steve the tortus came to our school.Our tadpoles are turning into

frogs.We have yummy tastey strawberrys.

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

In the garden we have animals and veg.  We look after them. I like to plant plants and see the animals. These are the animals we have in the garden:

Rabbits, Tortoise, Tadpoles.

A Forest of Herbs

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

In  purple  class we have rabbits to care for and also fruit and vegetables to grow.

We eat them when   we  wash  them  befoer   we    eat   them

Posted by Mrs S. Brennan on July 8th, 2010

This is our couty yard area and it has lots of vegabls and we yose them to cook

Organic now Growing

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The Growing Greener programme was initially funded by Creative Partnerships, the UK's flagship creative learning organisation operated by Creativity, Culture and Education. The programme now embodies a greater part of our whole school ethos and curriculum to provide children with relevant, meaningful and inspiring experiences to enhance and improve their learning.

We are still recognised as a School of Creativity for the Creative Partnerships programme. We continue to keep this title in recognition of our provisions for creative learning across the school.