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The baby Blue Tits have flown the nest!

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Here's a very tentative-looking fledgling about to leave our bird box. He is the last of the nine chicks who have fledged over the last couple of days. If you listen carefully, you can hear him tweeting!

Blue Tits Nesting at Damson Wood

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Our Paddock is a brilliant place to explore!

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How we spent our Ernest Cooke Grant

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frown PLEA TO PARENTSfrown

 

We are looking for kind parents/grandparents to help us maintain the school growing area ready for the children to use (green fingers not essential).  Jobs include digging beds, weeding, watering and perhaps come help with potting on and planting out.

 

If you think you can help, please let one of the following members of staff know:

 

Mrs Jones - Maple class

Mrs Garbett - Elm Class

 

 

Thank you!

TOUCHWOOD WORKING PARTY

TOUCHWOOD WORKING PARTY 1 Touchwood Working Party helped with our EcoProject
TOUCHWOOD WORKING PARTY 2 Sensory Beds were planted
TOUCHWOOD WORKING PARTY 3 An ornamental arch was put up
TOUCHWOOD WORKING PARTY 4 Touchwood donated £300 for plants and resources
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