Judging day

We did not win one of the main prizes on the day, but the experience has been such a lot of fun with a lot of great learning. We learnt that we were one of the gold medallists and will get a certificate and some feedback on our entry. 3 hours to set up (!) and 25 minutes to take down at the end of the half term break. We want our plants to replenish our own class garden for the summer and the children are eagerly awaiting the return of their handiwork to put in their own miniature / punnet gardens after the half term break.

From this to .... this (setting up day)

We have had such fun thinking of names: The Hedghog Campsite, The Double Tree Hotel, Bug Hostel, Lily Lounge, Butterfly Ballroom, Parsley the Thyme in Rosemary's Rockery, Logpile Lido, Compost Creche, The Blue Beecon Bee and Bee - the puns and alliteration get worse! Setting up was fun and it was lovely to see how the other schools interpreted the brief created their the

Conquering William

To follow up our class story of the birthday of England and our own re-enactment of a story of William the Conqueror, one of our students helped to organise a class trip to Reading museum for a workshop on the Bayeux Tapestry. Sandra helped the children to re-enact the story in the Tapestry.

RHS miniature garden entry

Last year, during half term week, we went on a class trip to RHS Wisley. There's a beautiful picture in last year's blog of the children in the Glass House. One of the children particularly was taken by the miniature gardens which schools had submitted on the theme of the Famous Five and asked if we could submit an entry this year. The interest was still there, so we have been working drip by drip, seed by seed, then torrent by torrent on our entry for this year's theme of 'Wildlife in the Garden' . The children have been stitching butterflies, making bees out of stones, crafting ladybugs out of almond shells, creating frogs out of clay and birds out of papermache - for our Habitat Holida

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