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Good Practice Conference …collating, disseminating and encouraging the adoption of good practice…
Farmers of the future
James Wilson and family
Comparing the old and the new
ICT MATHSLANGUAGEART HEALTH & WELLBEING HOME ECONOMICS ECO SCHOOLS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
ICT PowerPoint Movie Maker Census Database Excel and First Graph Publisher Internet Research
Mathematics Data Handling, Bar/Tally Charts, Grid Referencing Weighing and Measuring Time and Timetables
Language Personal Diary Poster Questionnaire Class Poem Reading for Information Online Dictionary Create word search puzzles
Art Andy Warhol style prints of horses and tractors Clay tiles of farm cottages and horses
Home Economics Appliqué Cushions of farm pictures Baking Bread by hand and by machine Making Butter Making Oat Cakes
RME Christian Faith Visit to Fordyce Church
Science, Technology, Health & Wellbeing Eco-Schools Recycled Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Planted seeds and seedlings Tomatoes, chillies, courgettes, mushrooms, and plants for the garden Raised Beds Carrots, peas, brussel sprouts, cabbages, radishes, onions, shallots, broccoli and potatoes
Linked Visits Aden Country Park The Royal Northern Countryside Initiative Fyvie Estate Day – An Invitation in October
The fruits of our labour
Mushroom tomato pepper cucumber potato cabbage onion carrot peas lettuce egg-plant CHOOSE Play Time!
7.02 – ESTABLISH A GARDEN. Seeds Fall Vegetable seeds such as lettuce, kale, mustard, broccoli, cabbage, collards, radish and onions are examples of.
P4’s Eco Week Litter Workshop
VEGETABLES. QUIZ Now, let’s test your knowledge about vegetables…
HBCG Round Table October 21, Meet your fellow gardeners Planting for Fall and Winter Gopher Trapping Demonstration Lessons Learned from Summer Gardening.
Vegetables are the edible parts of a plant, they can be from many different parts of the plant. There are many varieties of vegetables. They grow in different.
Guess the Veg. Our food comes from all over the world! A lot of our food comes from the continent of Africa. This includes a lot of the fruit and vegetables.
Plants That We Eat.
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Mobilization for War. Rationing Starting in 1941, the government rationed foods like sugar, butter, milk, cheese, eggs, coffee, meat and canned goods.
FOOD (2). fruit and vegetables 1. pineapple 2. banana.
1st Grade Review of Plants
FOOD SUBSTANCES proteins (in meat, milk, eggs...) carbohydrates (sugar & starch) fats (saturated & un-saturated) fibres vitamins minerals.
Gardening Plan a Garden. Research Location of the garden including: Sun Shade Water Air.
This menu is compliant with the school food standards. We encourage pupils to enjoy a healthy balanced diet. Chartwells can cater for many special dietary.
Sweden in the Middle Ages How people lived and what they ate
PH food chart Your comprehensive list of acid and alkaline foods.
The Minneapolis Farmer’s Market Amy Gustafson. The Minneapolis Farmer’s Market The History of the farmer’s marketHistory The Products offered at the.
I’m a Gardener, not a Mathematician! Or am I? Robin Kirsch Brian Pacheco.
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