Primary 3/4/5 at St Andrew’s Rothesay, have had a very busy start to Autumn. Last week, they worked on the school allotment and were amazed at the range of vegetables that had grown over the summer months: carrots, potatoes, beetroot, parsnips and the most enormous cabbages they had ever seen!
These were gathered and this week, the children have been hard at work in the kitchen.
They made some delicious soup which all pupils were very glad to eat on a wet, blustery day. There was enough left for parents to sample at 3pm. The children also made chutney which they will sell to help fund resources to ensure that, next year, they can grow an even bigger crop of food! Everyone is very proud of their hard work. They had no idea when they planted the seeds, just how much fun they would have and how much they would learn!