Horticulture is an integral part of the school's environmental curriculum.  Children love to plant things and watch them grow. At Wicor, our aim is to capitalise on all this learning power by providing a rich and inspiring environmental learning curriculum which encompasses natural history, environmental science and horticulture.  Our children enjoy the fruits of their labour, whether it be a beautiful patch of flowers or a salad picked fresh from the school allotment.  All the children work in the gardens at some stage whether it be tending the wildflower garden or digging on the allotment.  Our Horticulturalist ensures that the children are given a high quality education and learn about the science which underpins this important subject. To find out more read our Learning Outdoors document.



We welcome volunteers to work in our grounds mainly on a Monday and Friday morning.

If you are interested in joining us please contact Louise Moreton at l.moreton@wicor.hants.sch.uk 

Roots and All Podcast featuring our horticulturalist:

Gardeners' World Podcast

Listen to our resident Horticulture Teacher, Miss Moreton on the Gardeners' World.