We are delighted that this week it was announced we have the funding from Scottish Government’s Community Climate Asset Fund to get a polycrub for school! Our funding will cover the purchase and build of the polycrub. With a polycrub, … Continue reading →
The start of a new school year means getting ready for the Yell Show! Our school entries this year include our decorated basket with our own school eggs, carrots, neeps, onions and tatties grown in our garden, and even flowers! … Continue reading →
This morning we planted onions. we work out how many is in each row there was six in each row. There was about 100 in the packet of onions. We also did earthing up the tatties. It means putting the … Continue reading →
It has taken a long time for us to have some flowers but the poppies are looking beautiful now! We planted wild flowers to help encourage pollinating insects. There are a few peapods and the broadbeans are flowering too.
Yesterday two Kenyan ladies came, they came to talk about Crofting Connections. They were called Nancy and Agnes. Nancy worked as a teacher and Agnes was a community worker and politician. Two other ladies came their names were Pam Rodway … Continue reading →