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Over the last few months at Gardening Club students have been busy growing a variety of flowers and vegetables. In recents weeks it has been lovely to see the daffodil and tulip bulbs planted back in the autumn come into bloom and add a splash of colour to the school.

We have also planted garlic, shallots, spinach and radish, that with students’ care are growing well in the vegetable patch and the plan is to use the produce we grow in the school kitchen.

Earlier in the year we planted tomato seeds and grew so many plants that the students decided to hold a plant sale to raise money to help people in Ukraine. The sale was really successful, raising £41.10. 

Moving into the Summer term we have plans for further plant sales, caring for the house flower beds and developing a green area by the library.

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