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'All Saints Garden Cafe' - Fri 23 Jan 2015

This term, all classes at All Saints CEVC Primary School are studying topics based on plants and environments.
Working with the community, our school aim is to create planters/hanging baskets that local business and residents would display and care for to improve and brighten up areas of Clevedon, especially in the school locality.
In order to research and establish if local residents would be interested in having a planter/hanging basket and to chat about areas of Clevedon that could be improved, the children decided to host a coffee morning for local residents and businesses.  Any money raised at the coffee morning will be used to buy plants and planters.
The ‘All Saints Garden Café’ took place today, Friday 23rd January 2015 from 9:30am until 11:30am.

The support from the local community was amazing, we were visited by neighbours, members of the local council, Clevedon Pride, the Civic Society, Lloyds Bank, parents, grandparents and governors.

All visitors completed a survey which the children had created, asking what kind of planters they would like to brighten up their local area.  The children will collate the results of the survey and move this exciting project onto the next stage of creating the planters and placing them out into the community.

Guests were also asked to write their comments in a 'Visitors Book', a sample of the comments are below:-

'Fantastic!  All Saints are wonderful and this initiative is an example of how great they are.'

'Fabulous examples of childrens research.  Children very confident and polite asking questions and researching what we like about Clevedon.'

'Lovely morning with pretty flowers.  Great questions and confident children.  All children looked lovely in their garden clothes.  Thank you for coffee and cake.  Yummy.'

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