Pupils have been rewilding at School to increase biodiversity

News > Pupils have been rewilding at School to increase biodiversity

Here at School, we have a beautiful site which is brilliantly maintained. However, this does not always benefit insects and pollinators such as bees. Therefore, there are a few sites on the school grounds, such as the new pond and outside Woodlands, where we are rewilding. Rewilding allows nature to return to its self. It is a form of conservation which increases biodiversity. If you would like to try rewilding at home, all you need to do is find an area of your garden and do not cut the grass. It will save you time and you will be helping the bees!

With bees in mind, Mr Gibbons has been looking after the Queens’ beehive in his garden and the colony is thriving thanks to his expert care. Thank you Mr Gibbons!