Garden Journals and End of Term

Most of my gardening clubs/classes run all year round or March-October, however each year for some children it is time to move on to secondary and say goodbye to the garden they have helped build.

It always feels a little sad but gives me a good chance to reflect on the work we have done and update worksheets and lesson plans. It also means a last look at the Garden Journals we use.

I don’t mind that its my totally biased opinion, I love these journals.

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