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School Summary

School Name
Petersgate Infant School
Location
Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire
Age Group
Infant
What we're upto...
We've had a great season with lots happening in the garden.
I've posted a blog so you can find out what we've been up to.

Further Info & Contact

Eco Coordinator
Carole Salmon
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Country
United Kingdom

About Our School

Summary
Petersgate Infant School Gardens cover a wide area of the school grounds. The main veg garden has raised beds, potting/tool shed and a greenhouse. We have an orchard of apple and plum trees to which young trees are added each year by the new Reception classes. We also have various ornamental garden areas and a tree nursery. Gardening (and cooking) form part of the curriculum and we have a thriving after school Gardening and Cooking Club.
Petersgate Infant School
Petersgate Infant School
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  • Petersgate Infant School created a new blog entry, Top of the Pots...

    I would just like to share with you that Petersgate has become the first Infant School in Hampshire to gain the RHS Campaign for School Gardening's Benchmark Level 5.  We are so proud of the children and staff who have worked hard  in the school garden over several years to gain this prestigious award

    myblog 1731 days ago
  • Things are coming along in the greenhouse with the autopots and thanks to all this rain the waterbutt is keeping topped up.  We did have a problem with slugs and snails on the aubergines and small cucumber plants but we have hit them again with the Nemasys.  The bigger cucmber and aubergine plants are ok as are the tomatoes and peppers.  Hopefully, if we ever do get some sunshine, we should have a fair crop later on.

    myblog 1927 days ago

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