Planting the seed

3rd November 2006 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Planting the seed: Apple Day, which was held at Dowanhill Primary in Glasgow last week, gave pupils the chance to experience bio-diversity at first hand, when John Butterworth displayed his collection of 200 Scottish and old-fashioned apples. With the focus from the new Curriculum for Excellence on health and well-being, enterprise and citizenship, the Children's Garden project is encouraging schoolchildren to plant fruit trees throughout the city and learn how to look after them


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