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Our Garden News

Grandparents Gardening Day 16 November 2017

Grandparents Gardening Day 16 November 2017 1 A Roast Dinner was enjoyed!
Grandparents Gardening Day 16 November 2017 2 About 18 grandparents worked hard on our garden
Grandparents Gardening Day 16 November 2017 3 Our Polli:Nation Garden was tidied
Grandparents Gardening Day 16 November 2017 4 Our WW2 garden was dug over
Grandparents Gardening Day 16 November 2017 5 Compost bins were turned over
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Autumn Term 2015

Autumn Term 2015 1 Picking our fruit and vegetables
Autumn Term 2015 2 Picking our fruit and vegetables
Autumn Term 2015 3 Picking our fruit and vegetables
Autumn Term 2015 4 Mrs Seeley uses our produce
Autumn Term 2015 5 Planting new trees in the Memory Garden
Autumn Term 2015 6 Planting new trees in the Memory Garden
Autumn Term 2015 7 Using wood chips for our paths
Autumn Term 2015 8 Using wood chips for our paths
Autumn Term 2015 9 Using wood chips for our paths
Autumn Term 2015 10 Making bird feeders
Autumn Term 2015 11 Making bird feeders
Autumn Term 2015 12 Mr Hickling showed us how to weave willow
Autumn Term 2015 13 Mr Hickling showed us how to weave willow

Mr Priestley has joined us to help our Outdoor Learning

Mr Priestley has joined us to help our Outdoor Learning 1
Mr Priestley has joined us to help our Outdoor Learning 2
Welcome to all our children, their parents and visitors. We are delighted that Ofsted have confirmed we have maintained our good quality of education (Ofsted Nov 2017). See About Us: Key Information for the letter. For online safety concerns please go to PARENTS tab above. NEW E-Safety Advent Calendar available. Thank you for helping to raise £258 for Macmillan Cancer Support. As always, the Leys Farm Community work so hard for others. Thank you for helping us to send over half a tonne of food to the Scunthorpe Food Bank in 5 years! Please help us to make our school as Nut Free as possible to support the safety of a pupil with a severe allergy.
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