We make learning enjoyable

Geoff Hunt, renowned environmentalist and botanist, visited us on Wednesday, the 7th of September 2016

The pupils identified and examined the plants and flowers in the school grounds. They were enabled to appreciate that animals depend on plants for food, oxygen and homes. The junior pupils looked at and identified the parts of a buttercup under a microscope.

They learned that:
- bees use pollen and nectar to make honey
- we don't eat the honey from bumble bees
- we eat honey from honey bees
- worker bees are females
- butterflies drink nectar

Our school garden

Pupils planted lettuce, turnips, carrots, potatoes and strawberries with the assistance of Steven, the school caretaker.