Hayling Lions and HIHS
2018 Schools Challenge

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Invitation To Participate
Theme: Bees and Buterflys
Rules
Judging
Contact For Further Information
Advice: Gardening With Children and Youth

Invitation To Participate

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All 5 schools on Hayling Island have been invited to participate
With cash prizes donated by Hayling Lions
1st Prize £200 - 2nd Prize £100 - 3 Runner up Prizes of £50.

Each school will be given a £20 voucher to use
at the HIHS Trading Centre for anything for their garden.

Theme: Bees and Butterflys

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The challenge for the children was to design, plant and tend
a 1.5m x 2.5m garden to attract bees and butterflys,
interpreting the theme in an interesting way.
Ornaments made by the children could be incorporated.
All together with associated practical and written work.

Rules

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Each schools entry should demonstrate involvement
of the children with any adult helpers.

Pupils are required to produce a scrap book
the work in the book must be done by children,
with the contents to their individual choice.
Such could include:
Photographs of the garden stages of development.
Pupils own written and creative work.
Understanding of the concept.
Plants grown and horticulture needs.
Evidence of the extent of involement,
of the children and designated helper/s.

Judging

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Entries will be inspected by representatives
of the Lions and HIHS in mid June 2017.

Points will be awarded for each of the following:
10 The design process (interpriting the brief).
10 Construction (materials, planting, technical skills).
10 Maintenance (watering, weeding, additional features).
20 Scrap Book / diary.
50 Finished garden (does it work?),

The books will put on display at the HIHS Summer Show
on Saturday 30th June at the Hayling Island Community Centre
for the enjoyment of the visiting public.

Contact For Further Information

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Use this website feedback form to contact
the Schools Challenge Coordinator: Hazel Philips.

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