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Growing salad plants from seed.

Making an additional invertebrate (bug) hotel

Planting wildflower seeds

Planting more palm tree saplings

Removing weeds and other unwanted plant material from the playground growing areas

Growing apple trees from seeds

Planting spring-flowering bulbs

Planting avocado, lemon and mango seeds

Planting sycamore helicopter seeds

Scattering English lime tree seeds in a grow box

Creating a mini evergreen oak tree woodland in a box

Creating a sweet chestnut mini woodland in a box

Creating a mini beech tree hedgerow

Spiderling Plants

Eco Project 1 Planting Acorns

Plant Thinning

Year 3 Planting sunflower seeds - May 2023

Eco Team - growing our own avocado plants

Latest Eco Team Planting Initiative

Butterfly bush planting in March 2023

The Eco Team planting baby palm trees. These have been placed in planters at the front of the school.

This Year's Eco Team

Potting spider plant cuttings

Eco Team Planting More Seeds

Seed Planting

Harvesting some of the class potato crops

CCB Eco-Team working in partnership with Eco-Church

More planting activities by the Eco-Team

Completing our first bug hotel

Building An Insect Home

New Tree Planting in March 2022

‘Getting the Playground Ready for Spring’

At CCB we learn about our natural environment as part of the school curriculum and through local educational visits.

We have been working with Trees for Cities and Lancaster University to monitor air population in and outside of our school building.  The photos below identify where we have placed the monitoring tubes.

Trees for Cities - 'Planting Healthy Air' came to CCB to lead class workshops in preparations for our playground improvements

Mr Dry, the site manager, worked with members of the Eco-Club to develop our greenhouse on the roof . The children learnt a lot about seeds, plants and trees. Thank you Mr Dry.

Eco-Club enjoyed growing herbs and selling the plants to parents and visitors.

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