Hague Primary School “Blue class”

It’s always a nice suprise to see how engaged children can be with horticulture when used in school lessons. And this was no exception. When the Blue Class at Hague Primary School was presented with a prize for winning the Wildlings photo competition this afternoon, they showed us their complete class project which was made into a book. We liked it so much, we will include this in the exhibition launch tomorrow evening.

Blue Class at Hague Primary School with their prize

Blue Class at Hague Primary School with their prize

A big thanks to Quickcrop for generously donating a voucher for seeds for the school to grow in their flowerbeds. Each child was presented with their own ‘Honey bee seed mix’ too!

Honey bee seed mix

Honey bee seed mix

And the project:

Hague Primary School 'Wildlings' project

Hague Primary School ‘Wildlings’ project

Hague Primary School 'Wildlings' project

Hague Primary School ‘Wildlings’ project

Hague Primary School 'Wildlings' project

Hague Primary School ‘Wildlings’ project

Hague Primary School 'Wildlings' project

Hague Primary School ‘Wildlings’ project

 

Wildest Wildling children’s photo competition

And the winner of the ‘Wildest Wildling’ children’s photo competition is this image from HAGUE PRIMARY SCHOOL “Blue class”, which is in Wilmot Street,  Bethnal Green. Congratulations! The class will be presented with a large selection of seeds from the Chelsea Fringe and a £20 voucher for seeds from Quickcrop. They will have a fine school garden this time next year!

HAGUE PRIMARY SCHOOL “Blue class” Wilmot Street  Bethnal Green

The winning entry from HAGUE PRIMARY SCHOOL “Blue class”
Wilmot Street Bethnal Green

Pop-Up Restaurant

Due to unforseen circumstances, the Pop-Up Restaurant will not now take place.  Sorry to anyone considering this event, but it is something we cannot rectify at such short notice. The bar will still be open from 6-30, and we will be there through the evening to meet people in the gallery.