Children created a blaze of colour at Hayward's Primary School

By Crediton Courier Newspaper   |   Editorial   |
Friday 31st March 2017 5:30 am
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Year Six children and teachers braved the rain for a photograph of their new seats and pots of daffodils in the Year 6 gardens at Hayward's Primary School. NP 240317 05 ()

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CHILDREN from Year 6 at Hayward’s Primary School have been working hard to improve their outdoor space and have created a blaze of colour using daffodils.

All the children in the year group were involved in creating a Remembrance Garden and when all the poppies were gone they planted daffodil bulbs to come up instead.

They also planted snowdrops and crocus bulbs.

Two new benches were purchased from Bernaville Nurseries, who donated the compost for the pots to grow the daffodils in.

Volunteer, David Everitt, cleared and landscaped the back garden to create an outdoor learning space for the children to use.

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