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Pollination area

The children have been busy over the last week preparing the fence for the pollination garden, with lots of painting.

We would like to thank everyone who gave up their time and helped us paint and erect the fence and also tidy the school grounds.

Many Thanks from all at Inveravon Primary.

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Inveravon is hosting a pollination school day. On the 10th  of November,  we are inviting friends and family  to come to our school to help us paint weed and plant.

In a maths lessons  we have measured fencing for our pollination area and designed it, we are adding an arch and we will make a path to walk round it.

Today we have voted for a paint design we had one block each used blocks and placed them on the one we wanted and have priced it up .

written by Rowan P6



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Mask making

We made masks today with Toni from the Pollination Schools Project We gave them to the younger children to show them who the pollinators are inour school garden.I thought the butterfly mask was pretty.

Tilly P4



Pollination September 2016

Flo P5

I enjoyed pollination school because a visitor called Toni came in and taught us all about pollination. My group thought about how we can make our 10 x 10 meter square better and safer.

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Life Cycle of a Honey Bee

The children of Inveravon were very lucky this week when Mrs Bremner came to talk to them all about her Honey Bee’s.

She shared her vast knowledge and even brought some of her equipment for the children to see.

This then followed on to our writing activity about the Life Cycle of a Bee.

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Today the children were working with Mrs Lawson. They did a survey of behind the school and found out there were much more bugs than our original survey site, due to change in plants and habitat. They also picked some of the cucumbers, climbing French beans, carrots and tomatoes from the school poly-tunnel.

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