Wildlife Garden Project
We were delighted to win second place in the Tesco Bag to Life token competition. Thank you to everyone who collected tokens on our behalf.
We have been awarded £2000 and this will be used towards creating a new wildlife area at the back of school.
Norfolk County Council own an L-shaped piece of land at the back of school and are happy for us to turn this into a wildlife area.
We have great plans including planting trees, creating a pond dipping launch and setting up wildlife cameras.
A very kind Tesco customer has donated some native English trees and they have been delivered.
Phase 1: The rough grass will be trimmed back and the area marked out with marker posts. An access gate will be added so staff and pupils can easily and safely access the wildlife area. The largest conifers either side of the access gate will be trimmed back.This has been completed.
Phase 2: Concrete posts will be erected ready to install the permanent fencing. This has been completed.
Phase 3: More conifers will be trimmed back and the existing native trees will be trimmed back to enable them to grow stronger. This is in the process of being completed (Jan 2019)
We will keep you up to date on this page.