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The Allotment Project

Welcome to our Allotment Project 

 

 

Exciting news! The school allotment is being relaunched. Overseen by Miss Tomkinson since the October half term in 2020, pupils at Brooke Hill have had the opportunity to contribute to the growing and maintenance of a small allotment on the school site. 

Just as the summer holidays have begun: Our first courgette

Our first courgette was harvested only 3 days after school closed for the summer holidays as it wasn't quite ready on our last day. The children did such a wonderful job of nurturing the growth of all the fruits, vegetables and plants in the allotment this year. Congratulations to everyone on the achievements and a huge thank you to everyone who has contributed in making our allotment this academic year successful. 

July 2021: Bean harvesting during Golden time

With thanks to Mrs Moss for donating some rhubarb which will sprout during the next season

July 2021- Signs of growth in the allotment

July 2021

A huge thank you to Mr Smith who has been incredibly busy constructing our new garden room building using wood donated from William Hercock Ltd... picture to follow...

 

June 2021: Courgette plant donation

June 2021: Strawberry picking

Using egg shells to deter slugs and snails

Science in the allotment: growing beans...

Post lockdown tidy up of the allotment

Some new additions to the garden..

A beautiful donation received this week.. link to their Facebook page can be found on our social media page.

Our year 6 pupils have been busy again, this time clearing the weeds off the vegetable bed. 

 

Mr Smith has also been busy repurposing wood to create a much larger raised vegetable bed over the original one. Amazing work! You may have also noticed the tyres have been repurposed and attached to the fence- we are hoping this will become a 'bug hotel' and that our year 1 pupils will be able to help with this. 

 

 

 

 

Mrs Redshaw and her team of keen year 6's have made excellent progress in clearing the flower beds, turning the soil and removing any last traces of weeds. Check out the before and after pictures! 

 

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