Junior World Update

The ongoing commitment to providing a natural habitat for nature and the children’s sustained interest in gardening continues to provide a range of exciting learning experiences for children of all ages. The children have had the opportunity to watch things grow and try our grown vegetables & salads. Our wildflower gardens have brought an abundance of colour and beasties for the children to investigate and explore.

Blytheswood Foodbank Collection

Thank you to everyone for your food bank donations. We were delighted to deliver the centres contributions this month. 

Echo-Schools

Finally following our recent success in an Eco-Schools Prize Draw and the addition of your successful fundraising the children are thoroughly enjoying a range of natural resources purchased from Muddy Faces.

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  1. Norma
    Norma says:

    Fantastic work, well done to the children, staff team, parents and community involved. You’re setting a super example of the environment and local community influencing the delivery of the curriculum, developing the 4 capacities and making a positive difference 😃

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