Creating space for wildlife and play

DSC00405All year 3 and 4 pupils in classes Drake, Darwin and Cousteau had an active afternoon on the school field, planting young trees and sowing wildflower seeds, to create new habitats for wildlife and improve our play spaces.

Over 100 native saplings were planted (provided kindly by the Woodland Trust) and three long wildflower 'rivers' were sown along blank edges of the field (seeds provided by the Grow Wild Campaign).

 

Many thanks to the grown-up helpers who volunteered their time to support this session.
Photos of the session can be seen here:


Head's Tweet

from Mr Ryan

Ask your child what was so special about Blue Coat play today... #no1

13 Jul 18 at 7:56pm