World Polio Day and planting crocus corms
Monday 24th October was World Polio Day. Rotary clubs plant purple crocus corms the mark the day. The colour purple has been chosen as that is the colour children's fingers are dyed once they have been inoculated against polio in countries where mass vaccination sessions take place. Thank you to Hawarden Rotary Club who came to school and planted crocus corms with our eco-committee. Everyone had a great time and we are looking forward to seeing the crocus in the spring.