Trees donated to help learning
Burnham Infant School PUPILS were presented with 81 tree saplings to help out with environmental projects.
Burnham Infant School
PUPILS were presented with 81 tree saplings to help out with environmental projects.
Students were given the present by Monkton Elm Garden and Pet Centre, near Bridgwater, to help develop outdoor learning.
Headteacher Sue Horne said: "We had a small 'forest school', which had to be partially cleared to build our new children's centre.
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"This has left us with only one or two trees. We would like to start re-building the forest school and these saplings will help create a lovely, wild learning environment for our 210 infant children.
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