We are really pleased with all we achieved when the staff and a group of parents came into school to improve the environment around the school.
The hanging baskets donated by Claire Gill from Homes and Gardens are taking pride of place at the front of school and we painted the two planters at the front with the stain and replanted them with the begonias and some of the pansies that they also donated.
Bob Masters did a super job weeding and pruning the quiet area and Eleanor did a massive litter pick on the field
Mrs Loakes put the veg beds together and up on the field, donated again by Homes and Gardens.
Mr Moss, Mrs Redwood, Callum and Lizell also painted the PE shed and a long length of the playground fencing. Still a bit to go but we will get there!
Mr Hill and a friend from RAF Wyton also painted some more of the rear of the school as a thank you for the schools contribution to Buck Fest that will take place on the Millennium Field on Sunday 19th July.
We also have Homes and Gardens to thank for the blue pots are amazing and we plan to put them outside the hall, the larger one with some large indoor plants in and the smaller one with the poppies from the Tower of London.
We hope to continue with improving our school environment by finishing the fence, painting all the outside furniture and planters. We would also like to continue to paint the building and cut and prune where needed.
We will be running two more Make a Difference Saturday mornings 9- 12 this term on the 9th May and 13th June, it would be great if we could get as many people as possible if you can spare just an hour or two that is fine.