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SCHOOLS GARDENING TROPHY

Be recognised and rewarded for the creative way you use your school grounds as a learning environment.

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Chase Bridge Primary School are this year’s winner!

School Project Manager Mei-Ling Kan was presented with a commemorative trophy by the Deputy Mayor, Cllr James Chard, watched by three keen gardener pupils, at a special ceremony on 9 July 2019.

Chase Bridge Primary School are this year’s winner of the School Gardening competition run by Richmond Borough in Bloom.

School Project Manager Mei-Ling Kan was presented with a commemorative trophy by the Deputy Mayor, Cllr James Chard, watched by three keen gardener pupils, at a special ceremony held this week (July 9) at York House, followed by a celebration tea party.

The school also received a £100 gardening voucher from Mr Colin Squire, sponsor of the competition, who additionally gave a £75 voucher to runner-up school Meadlands Primary and a £50 voucher to The Harrodian School, which came third.

All three schools, plus Grey Court Secondary School, won Gold certificates from Richmond Borough in Bloom and Silver Gilt certificates went to Trafalgar Junior, Trafalgar Infant School, Hampton Hill Junior, and Archdeacon Cambridge’s C.E. School.

AWARDS

1st place: The school judged the overall winner will receive the Richmond Borough in Bloom School Gardening Trophy plus gardening vouchers to the value of £100.

2nd place: Gardening vouchers to the value of £75.

3rd place: Gardening vouchers to the value of £50.

All entries will receive - according to marks achieved - a Richmond Borough in Bloom commemorative certificate graded:

Gold (85-100)
Silver Gilt (70-84)
Silver (55-69)
Bronze (39-54)

JUDGING CRITERIA / MARKS

Usage of Grounds: 30 Marks
Pupil Participatio : 30marks
Layout of Grounds: 25 Marks
Management: 15 Marks
Maximum : 100 Marks

THE 2019 COMPETITIONS ARE GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY

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