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Green-fingered pupils plant trees to develop wildlife area




Mark Westley Photography' Tree planting at Horringer Court Middle School'Horringer Court Middle School, Glastonbury Road, Bury St Edmunds'Year 5 children will be planting trees in the school grounds.Stewart King helping Y5 pupils plant trees in the wildlife area. ANL-150317-231839009
Mark Westley Photography' Tree planting at Horringer Court Middle School'Horringer Court Middle School, Glastonbury Road, Bury St Edmunds'Year 5 children will be planting trees in the school grounds.Stewart King helping Y5 pupils plant trees in the wildlife area. ANL-150317-231839009

Pupils at Horringer Court Middle School, in Bury helped develop a wildlife area when they planted about 30 trees.

The Year 5 children planted a variety of trees, donated by the Woodland Trust, including hawthorn and dog wood.

The activity aims to enhance the school surroundings as well as provide shelter for wildlife and an area of study for the science curriculum.

The school is part of the Bury St Edmunds All-through Trust.



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