Thank you to the children and families who came along throughout the day on Saturday to support our stall at Venn Street Market, in front of Clapham Picturehouse. The produce the children have grown from seed looked wonderful. The children were confident and polite as they ran the stall and spoke to the customers. Another fantastic […]
It was all about the water this week in Wild Things. One of the tasks was to remove the stones from around the pond in preparation for a new pond lining. We know it is a habitat for newts however were unaware with how happy they were living among the pebbles the Wild Things spotted many newts today and were able to observe them closely.
Many mindful moments …
Only one week until Venn Street Market which will be on Saturday 13 th July from 10 am. We will be selling our herbs, flowers, plants and produce in gorgeous tins created by the Wild Things this afternoon. We were watering generously today to encourage some extra deliciousness!
We were introduced to this idea by Natural Thinkers and it was great fun and well investigated today. I don’t think the Wild Things hands’ have ever been so clean !
Roy Wilson, our PTA Chair, writes: ‘What a fantastic fair we had on Saturday! So much incredible feedback! A huge thanks to all of the parents, carers, relatives, school staff and children who made it such a wonderful occasion on such a hot day. Well over 100 parents helped out! It was great to be […]
The Wild Things take a lot of responsibility for the community events that happen in and around Heathbrook this week they were busy preparing the herbs, pizzas and garden for the Summer Fair tomorrow.
The girl’s inhaled the gorgeous small of mint all afternoon as they trimmed […]
Year 3/4 have had so much fun today Teepee making in the playground. This was inspired by our Stone Age topic in term 1. We all helped to position the wooden posts and wrap the canvas around. We loved getting to go inside.
Year 5 children have started to weed the corner bed and have begun to plant up the winning design from the competition organised by J C Decaux last term. Small or creeping plants and flowers at the front and larger flowers at the back. At the moment they are very small compared to […]