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Garden Club will Resume Friday 17th September!

The Garden Club will resume onsite on Friday 17th September 2021.

This weekly club will give children the opportunity to be part of our learning garden by planting and growing a variety of plants, fruits, vegetables, and herbs. This is an excellent opportunity for children to learn about the scientific processes involved in gardening such as facts about plant growth and compost making in a practical and fun environment!

The club costs £3 per session (free for those who attend the Tuition Club) for ages 6+ and will run from 11:00am to 12:00pm starting next Friday.

We look forward to seeing you then!

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The garden club is now closed for the half term!

This week at the garden club the children planted some strawberry plants and learned some interesting facts about strawberries and their health benefits! They finished off the session with a quiz about everything they had learned.

The children also checked up on their other previous projects, pulled out some weeds and found that some of their flowers were blooming beautifully!

The garden club is now closed for the half term. We look forward to seeing you back on Friday 11th June 2021 Insha’Allah.

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Garden Club Resumes this Friday!

The garden club will resume onsite on Friday 21st May Insha Allah

The weekly club will give children the opportunity to be part of our learning garden by planting and growing a variety of plants, fruits, vegetables, and herbs. This is an excellent opportunity for children to learn about the scientific processes involved in gardening such as facts about plant growth and compost making in a practical and fun environment!

The club costs £3 per session (free for those who attend the Tuition Club) for ages 6+ and will run from 11:00am to 12:00pm every Friday.

We look forward to seeing you this week!

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The Garden Club has Closed

The Garden Club is now closed for two weeks and will resume on Friday 21st May InshaAllah.

Over the past few weeks, the children have been getting adventurous in the garden; they have planted a herb garden, planted sunflower seeds and decorated plant pots!

The children planted various herbs including mint, rosemary, chives, coriander, and sage and learned about how they can be used in the kitchen to add flavour and make foods even more delicious.

This week, the children got creative with paint, glitter, yarn and ribbon and designed their own plant pots to be planted in one of the coming weeks InshaAllah.

We look forward to seeing you after the break InshaAllah.

 

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Garden Club

We are excited to announce that the Garden Club will re-start onsite on Friday 23rd April 2021 at 11:00am In shaa Allaah.

The weekly club will give children the opportunity to be part of our learning garden by planting and growing a variety of plants, fruits, vegetables, and herbs. This is an excellent opportunity for children to learn about the scientific processes involved in gardening such as facts about plant growth and compost making in a practical and fun environment!

The Garden Club will give children a sense of responsibility and friendship, it will also enhance Fine Motor Development and introduce them to Scientific Concepts.

Please note: The Garden Club is now taking place on a different day to the Girls Club (the Girls Club will now be taking place on Sundays In Shaa Allah)

The club costs £3 per session for ages 6+ and will run from 11:00am to 12:00pm every Friday.

To join us please complete the registration form below: 

 

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Our learning garden – Keeping the growing area healthy!

When nights get longer than days, we know it’s time to prepare our learning garden area for the winter. We have been grabbing those last few sunny days, embracing the chill and relishing the chance to get outside!

Keeping the growing area healthy with our herbs;

  • Clear away and compost dying foliage and stems
  • Dig up and destroy mint plants affected by rot and frost. So we can replace next year with new, clean plants.
  • Pot up some left-over herbs to keep them growing a bit longer. They can sometimes produce growth throughout the winter on a windowsill.

and our precious fruit trees   

  • If you have; Pick every last fruit. Fruit hanging on trees over winter is one of the main sources of brown rot infection in the spring.
  • Prune out infected branches and twigs on apples and pears.

And finally, Look after your precious soil.  We have enjoyed the Autumn tasks–remember everything you do now gets you ready for the next great spring!

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