Snap! Pop! Crunch! What’s in the garden?

Snap! Pop! Crunch! What’s in the garden?

It’s a very exciting time of year in the FGPS garden, even our young trees are bearing fruit. Bountiful nectarines, plums, apricots and pears perched happily on young branches. The colourful array of fruit giving Ms. Maria endless ideas of recipes she can create...
Curious Sea Turtles in the Garden

Curious Sea Turtles in the Garden

After some wintery weather at Fulham Gardens Primary School, the sunshine brought the Sea Turtles back outdoors. Ms Emma and Ms Nicole’s year 2/3 class spent some time nurturing, feeding and watering our beautiful garden. Propagating and labelling plants, bug...
Our Native Koalas

Our Native Koalas

Its not all work and no play when the year 5/6 Koalas are in the garden. Making the most of the sunshine last week, the Koalas were in their element amongst the trees and leaves. The FGPS garden is an inviting space for students to create, learn, grow (and sometimes,...
We’ve got Worms!

We’ve got Worms!

A key reason to start a worm farm is because it’s good for the environment, here at FGPS we think worms are fun too! Students love to see creepy crawling creatures at the best of times, so we decided a worm farming project was a great idea. Our students learn that...
Grateful Pandas

Grateful Pandas

A wonderful lesson spent with Mr Moses’ year 3/4 Pandas this week creating a gratitude tree and re-potting the vertical garden with new seedlings. Scouting around our school grounds, amongst the many nature play areas and gardens, the Pandas foraged and...
Turtles in the Garden

Turtles in the Garden

Students from year 2/3 Sea Turtles turned into busy bees last week in our FGPS garden. Learning how to utilize the gardening cycle from produce to compost, students pruned and sorted the material that could be used in our compost bins and what could get fed to the...