We planted a wildflower area at the front of the school to help biodiversity in our school garden. The area is bare at the moment but will hopefully look beautiful soon with lots of colourful summer flowers to attract pollinators to our garden!
We added some more biodiversity equipment to our school grounds as part of our work on the Biodiversity theme. We added an insect block, a bee and bug biome, an insect house, a mini bug hotel, a ladybird tower, an urban bee/insect nester and two new birdhouses to the school ground. Adding equipment to the school grounds to encourage greater biodiversity in our school gardens and grounds was one of the main aims of our Action Plan and our Green Schools committee Biodiversity team will observe our new equipment to record any ways in which it helps to increase biodiversity in our school gardens. Check out the pictures below to see our new equipment around the school:
Green Schools News
Harold Boys' Green Schools Committee