Karen Blanchfield, Wychavon Council’s Litter Hero Ambassador, visited School today to talk to Reception Class about importance of keeping Britain tidy and what they can do to help. Karen and the staff and pupils from Reception Class then went out into the school grounds to 
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On Friday Mrs Sanders and Mrs Elcocks took a group of our school gardening volunteers over to visit Bob Hare’s garden. Bob’s garden had been open last weekend, as part of the Pershore Open Gardens event, but because the School garden was also open, the 
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Another wonderful day in the garden today! Lots of very impressed visitors enjoyed their guided tours, followed by home made cake and a cup of tea. The children and their enthusiasm and knowledge were, as always, much mentioned in the visitor book, as was the 
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We had a fantastic day today, showing our school gardens as part of the Pershore Open Gardens event. The children were amazing guides(as always) and the visitors were impressed not only with the gardens, but with the children’s knowledge, confidence and enthusiasm.  There was an 
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Huge thanks to the PTA for applying for an Arnold Clarke grant for the school to spend on resources for outdoor areas. They have awarded the school £1000, which will enable us to buy some bamboo screening for the Forest School area, as well as 
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All year the children and our parish volunteers, parents and staff have been working hard in the Eco garden, building up and preparing of this weekend’s Pershore Open Gardens event. They have done an amazing job and all we need now are our visitors, and 
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This week saw our first after school Eco gardening club in a long time.  A selection of children from all year groups eagerly attended, with our younger children accompanied by an adult.  Mr Hares, our volunteer gardener, had left us with a long list of 
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As an Eco School, recycling is very important to us. We try to recycle as much as we can in school, and teach the children how to recycle at home. As part of this, Years 5 & 6 visited the EnviroSort plan at Wittington, near 
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This week it is National Walk to School Week. Well done to everyone who walked to school this morning, either as part of Miss Taylor’s organised walk from the War Horse Memorial, or with their family and friends. Walking to school is a great way 
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Today Years 4 and 5 visited the Knapp and Papermill Nature Reserve to take part in some geography fieldwork. During the day the children investigated the erosion and deposition of the streams, and profiled the stream by measuring the speed of the current and the 
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