Northumbria in Bloom
Admiring their handiwork.These planters brighten up the main entrance to the school.
As well as brightening the school grounds, the children learnt a lot about different types of plants.
Children have enjoyed the responsibility and rose to the challenge of tending the flower beds.
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St. John's Polytunnel
School is working with Billingham Allotment Association on developing our growing area. These projects will enable the children to grow a much wider variety of produce, and will support our Science curriculum and Healthy Eating policy. Polytunnels are fantastic for growing your favourite produce … even when the ‘outdoor’ season has long finished. And the unique properties of a Polytunnel make it a surprisingly cheap way to make large areas of land highly productive.