Felsted pupils grow their own

GREEN-FINGERED school pupils are ‘growing their own’ as part of a fun educational initiative.

Children at Felsted primary are harvesting vegetables from a specially built garden during school lunchtimes and are gaining experience as a result says headteacher Lawrence Garside.

“The children work in teams,” he added. “The gardening club produces vegetables and the children gain valuable experience from harvesting their own crops.”


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