Our Heritgae Garden
Stages of the mosaics
What can we see it's a .................
We all had fun staying warm and doing Christmas crafts.
Harvesting all our produce
Foundation /Key stage Design a Scarecrow was
1st Emilie Wolley F2
Key Stage 2 Design a Scarecrow were
1st Noah Hibbert Year 3
2nd Drew Barker Year 3
Foundation/Key Stage Design a Mini- Garden were
1st Finley Walker Year 2
1st Leah Childs Year 2
Key Stage 2 Design a Mini-Garden were
1st Roshni Gang Year 4
2nd Lucy Oliver Year 6
3rd Emily Barker Year 5
Bee Skittle Game With an amazing score of 622 were
Ben Carter Year 2
Kyle Year 3
Can you Guess Where the honey pot is
Answer Square 73
Winner Jessica Street
Well done to everyone who took part Thank you for your support
We raised £30.00 which will help us buy new things.
Sunday 7th July Summer Fair
Thank you to all of you who entered the Scarecrow competition and the Mini- garden what super entries.
Look at how all the plants are growing in the garden.
Our visit to Samworth Academy
5th June 2019
These are all the fun things we enjoy doing at the Heritage club
Watch this space as we do more interesting things!
Designing posters for the plant Sale
8th May 2019!
The day B & Q visited Abbey
16th May 2019 !
Heritage garden's first ever Plant Sale
10th May 2019!
Abbey Primary School moved to its brand new site in April 2016. The entrance to school is a historical stone wall, confirmed by Mansfield District Council as part of the Sherwood Hall estate. Sherwood Hall existed between 1765 and 1965 as a home, garden and farm, before becoming a school.
We were successful in securing a grant from the National Lottery Heritage fund to support the development of a Heritage garden project and to help with our learning of the history surrounding Sherwood Hall.
We wanted to work alongside local people and organisations to discover the full history of the site; record memories; establish existing photographic evidence. Visits to local places such as Nottinghamshire Archives, Clumber Park and St Ann’s Allotments will deepen our learning of our local heritage, about Victorian gardening and gardeners, as well as how to attract wildlife to our site.
Using this learning we will co-create a garden space for children and adults alike, recreating some the key elements of planting and gardening. The stone wall will be a key feature in our learning and creation of our garden.
Our project will involve local volunteers from the local Heritage Group, Women’s Institute and individuals who wish to help us develop our project. Consultation within the school community has created a buzz outside the school and we have had contact from locals wanting to share their memories of Sherwood Hall.