We invited a wildlife photographer into school, and learnt about theplight of orang-utans in Borneo. We raised enough money to adoptfour baby orang-utans who had lost their mothers through poaching.
This is our sensory garden. It has a variety ofplants which you cam smell, touch, see andhear.
Our growing beds allow children togrow food that can be used in school.
We grow onions, courgettes, sweet corn,potatoes, carrots, lettuce, radish and evenbeetroot.
We grow lotsof fruitIncludingRaspberriesStrawberriesBlackcurrants,gooseberriesand rhubarb
We have arange offruit treesPearPlumbCherryAppleAnd bakingapple
In 2010weplantedover 400trees inschoolsgroundsto makeour ownnativewoodland
We have a wildlifegardenWith pond, whichchildren like to visit.
We have reared our ownchickens and look afterthem in school.
We try to encourage wild life inschool.We have bird boxes, butterflyand insect homes
Our children enjoyplaying in the schoolgardens.When it is warm anddry we eat lunchoutside.