School in Bury St Edmunds breathes life back into wildlife area
Green-fingered pupils, staff and parents from the Tollgate Campus of the Bury St Edmunds All-Through Trust have breathed life back into the school’s wildlife area.
Working with the community, they launched the rejuvenation project as the wildlife area had become overgrown and difficult to access. The school’s eco council and gardening club plan to improve the habitat further with projects such as wild flower planting and making bird feeders.
Head Alison Earl said the outdoor learning environment ‘promotes our vision of an eco-friendly school with a curriculum that encourages discovery’.