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Ilfracombe Junior School


continues to work on improving Ashley’s Garden with the help of parents. The lunchtime gardeners have dug and sown in the vegetable garden which is an ongoing project and looked after the composting of the school lunches waste. The after school garden club  and the Eco club continue with their activities









Ilfracombe Infant & Nursery School


Children across the school have had opportunities to garden this year. The Reception children had a go at growing broad beans and runner beans a little earlier this year as part of exploring the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. Their Year 1 children grew some pots of flowers outside their classrooms as part of their work on living and growing. Meanwhile in Year 2 the gardening club children are busy growing potatoes and tomatoes as well as keeping many of the school planters and hanging baskets looking attractive. All if the Year 1 and 2 children continue to help in the process of producing much of their own compost at the school.




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