Gardening club have been busy this week making bird feeders out of recycled plastic bottles.
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Peas are starting to sprout in the garden.
Unlike the warm afternoon last week the children braved the chilly weather today and worked hard to prepare the soil in the raised beds that we cleared last week. Today we planted carrots, beetroot, broadbeans, radishes and peas.
The beautiful sunny weather was a brilliant beginning for Gardening club which started this week. Our plan over the next half term and into the summer is to tidy and clear the overgrown garden and begin planting some vegetables in a few weeks time ready to harvest next term. If […]
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Thank you to all the Year 5 parents for the wonderful Christmas gifts. It was very generous and much appreciated.
Year 5 had a brilliant Victorian Christmas morning today. We made crackers with chocolate coins and a festive joke. Then we made peg reindeer to hang on the Christmas tree. After break we decorated gingerbread and shortbread biscuits with smarties and marshmallows and finally made orange and clove pomanders. To […]
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Thank you to everyone who has registered with Easyfundraising over the last few weeks. We now have 19 supporters and have raised £22.31 which is a great start. With Christmas around the corner, all those early online purchases could help towards our donation total. https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/standrewssa/ Copy the link and register […]
As part of the lead up to next weeks Harvest Festival we have been looking at the Italian artist Arcimbaldo and his unusual and distinctive portraits using vegetables! Year 5 tried to recreate his unusual style by creating portraits in oil pastel – carrot noses, cabbage ears and cauliflower hair. […]