Category : Green Fingers at Roding
Redbridge in Bloom News -September 2016 We are all very proud of our Green Fingers’ Club as Roding Primary School came 1st in the schools’ display category. Well done everybody! Redbridge in Bloom Competition 2016 The children have been working hard to create this eye-catching piece -which commemorates Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday. Wish […]
Well done children…..the garlic bulbs are looking great and are ready to be dried, before being used in our kitchen! Yum!
Growing strawberries! The Green Fingers’ Club are slowly seeing their plants grow and emerge with fruit. Thanks ISS for this opportunity.
The Green Fingers Club are back in full swing! They are already preparing a space for our Redbridge in Bloom entry; taking good care of their home-grown potatoes and garlic! And they’ve also enjoyed a number of games in the woodland. Welcome…as above…to our new pond friends!
Due to the a few sessions remaining of the club (as the darkness draws in) the children kept busy indoors – putting their creative flair to use by making 3D Christmas Reindeers. Fantastic!
Green Fingers took place inside the school tonight. We made a bird cake mix. We helped cut up the lard and mix the seed and cheese. Next week we will hang them outside, after they have had some time in our fridges
We consider ourselves very lucky to have immediate access to an outside environment, which includes a pond area, wildlife habitats, vegetable and herb patches and areas that have greenery and shrubbery. We encourage our staff to make cross curricular links in science and other topics, whereby our outside environment is used and children can have […]
Welcome to our Green Finger’s Brigade Blog. Here you will be able to catch up on how we are working on our outdoor area and learning in our outdoor area. Over the Summer Term different classes will be working on and learning in our outdoor area. We also have an after school club that runs […]
Some children from year 6 volunteered to work on our outdoor area on Thursday. My oh my were they busy. Well done and THANK YOU 🙂 Take a look at these photos to see some of the work that they achieved.