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School Gardens

School Gardens

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Read about our gardens below:

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Oak cabin, pond, nature tail, moth traps, bug hotels, bird feeding station, picnic tables Quiet area, colourful flowers, Llandudno in bloom, dragon mural, chickens, Spring bulbs, oak cabin, blue tit camera box, retreat

We have amazing gardens at the school. We have three different types of garden at the school. A Butterfly garden with a pond where we can pond dip and where the moth traps are set up most evenings from March through to October. We also have lovely formal gardens with a beautiful mural depicting a celtic tale and each class takes responsibility for tending to their gardens. We have won Llandudno in Bloom regularly since 1999 and encourage wildlife to the school grounds with insect boxes and plants that encourage wildlife. This year we came first in the Llandudno in Bloom competition and were awarded Gold in the Wildlife Gardening North Wales competition. We have cameras in bird boxes so we can see the blue tits raising chicks, we carry out exciting potato trap projects in the insect garden as well, linking our school with schools from every corner of the globe. We have also planted lots of trees to the school to encourage wildlife and give us a pleasant shady area to sit on the school field. We keep chickens and grow our own vegetables in our raised vegetable gardens. Our school orchard is developing nicely with Welsh varieties of fruit trees. This year we have built two new oak cabins where we can work outside and the oak tree was sourced locally Nant Glyn in Denbighshire. The cabins are amazing.We have also planted an orchard on the school field with indigenous Welsh varieties like the Bardsey Island Apple and the Denbighshire Plum.

This term we have decided to sell the eggs of our chickens so each day we need to collect the eggs from the chicken
coop

Storyteller visits the school and told us lots of really interesting stories Julian from Pensychnant Nature Conservation Reserve made bat boxes with us