Trust donate bird house and bug box

These beautiful hand made wildlife boxes were donated very kindly from the Cameron Bespolka Trust and create more wildlife habitats in our school environment.

The bug box and bird house create much needed shelter for urban wildlife and can encourage more wildlife into our school garden, helping to engage students more with the surrounding natural world. We also hope they will create vital nesting sites which we will be able to monitor in the future as we see new life develop!  

Ellie Mickelwright Bug House

Ellie Mickelwright Bird Box

Now we just wait patiently to see what wildlife will take up residence in these homes

Young Ambassadors are working in association with CJ Wildlife.


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