The Gardening Club which meets every Wednesday after school have been busy growing their Sunflowers in their allotment area. Twice a day, the team of 14 pupils have been taking it in turns to carry the water from one end of school to the other where the Sunflowers are planted. Pictured here are 2 members of the gardening club with the Sunflower at a staggering 210cm. Well done for all your hard work!
Showing news for July 2010.
Well done to teacher Bridget Crame and all the pupils at Chiltern Primary School for participating in our Sunflower competition. Pictured here are 2 pupils with their sunflowers in their newly refurbished garden square.
Basepoint Business Centres Ltd has recently appointed two new area managers to enhance its dynamic team which now comprises five area managers who provide operations and management support to its 26 centres across the South of England and West Midlands.
their final sunflower measurement was 168cms.
Tewkesbury schools who are participating in a sunflower competition as part of Basepoint’s “join us and grow” campaign are beginning to see some excellent results, with their sunflowers bursting into bloom after just a matter of weeks. So far, of the schools participating in Tewkesbury, the tallest sunflower, measuring 206cm, belongs to Tewkesbury Church of England School. Longdon St Mary’s Church of England School is in second place, with their plant standing at 147cm.