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Cliff Park Middle pupils

PUBLISHED: 19:26 17 July 2008 | UPDATED: 11:25 03 July 2010

Cliff Park's gardening projects

Cliff Park's gardening projects

GREEN-fingered pupils from a Gorleston middle school have been getting back to nature working on a series of gardening projects.

Children at Cliff Park Middle School have been busy since September last year creating a gardening club to improve children's skills.

GREEN-fingered pupils from a Gorleston middle school have been getting back to nature working on a series of gardening projects.

Children at Cliff Park Middle School have been busy since September last year creating a gardening club to improve children's skills.

Pupils in the club have planted flowers, strawberries, potatoes, herbs, cacti and even Venus fly traps. And a selection of children designed and made bird baths using sand and cement, which are now in use around the school.

Various gardens have been created around the school including a pond, now used to see tadpoles and toads.

A new conservation area is used avidly to develop the children's knowledge of habitats and life cycles.

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