Third classes planted daffodils in September. This is an annual event as each year all our new entrants to St. Molaga’s plant a spring bulb. As a result, each springtime our school grounds are alive with colour. This year our daffodil bulbs were generously sponsored by Woodies in Airside. A big thank you to the manager in Woodies, Airside for your generous donation.
I found this image on Google. I typed autumn then I clicked images. It shows a olden days cottage with the signs of autumn e.g. leaves are falling, the leaves are different colours,leaves are all over the ground and it looks very colourful.
We made our way around the school grounds making a list of all the natural and unnatural materials that we could see. We also discussed how nature is powerful in helping us with every day life. We also did some sketches of the different textures that we came across!
Yesterday, 24th September, pupils and parents of our new entrants to third classes in St. Molaga’s planted spring bulbs. This is an annual event and ensures that each spring our school grounds are bursting with the colours of spring.
We were delighted that so many parents came to participate in the event. We look forward to seeing the flowers next February and March.
Our class is taking part in the Sow and Grow project. All our materials arrived before our Easter Holidays. We planted our cress seeds yesterday. We put them on a windowsill hopefully they will get lots of sunlight. Today we are going to fill in our grow diaries. Next week we will plant courgette seeds and then pumpkin seeds. We can’t wait to plant the pumpkin seeds. We also have tomato plants growing in our classroom.