In the school grounds we have a thriving Wildlife Garden which is continually being developed and is used as a regular source of enjoyment and study by all the children. A pond constructed by parents, teachers and children within the garden is now well established and the trees and hedges provide a wonderful habitat for a huge variety of wildlife.
‘Garden Bashes’ are held throughout the year and the children have great fun clearing the pond of weed and cutting back overgrown plants.
The children in P4-P7 are in charge of keeping the bird feeders full and there are a vast number of birds that visit and nest in the Garden. One that they all love to spot is the Greater Spotted Woodpecker.