As Lancashire Wildlife Trust expands its Forest School project into Liverpool, a hidden gem of an outdoor learning paradise has been revealed within the school grounds of St Margaret Mary’s Catholic Junior School in Huyton. Headteacher Marcella Armstrong is a woman with a vision, and for the last two and a
Liverpool primary schools are at the forefront of an innovative approach to healthy eating, as three edible playgrounds are launched across the city, to encourage outdoor learning, growing and engaging food education. The three primary schools - St Teresa of Lisieux Catholic Primary and Monksdown Primary in Norris Green, and Holy
Green-Fingered Pupils Learning Outdoors Is So Much Fun Pupils from Belle Vale Community Primary School have taken the classroom outside after spending a morning learning about how to grow plants and vegetables at Liverpool’s iconic Palm House in Sefton Park.
Volunteers and pupils sow good at Stanley Park Community Interest Company (CIC) and Carillion. Pupils from Pinehurst Primary School and volunteers helped to plant fifty cherry blossom trees and sow wildflower seeds across the Grade II listed park, Stanley Park. The project has been a joint venture between Carillion, who are
Schools are spreading the message across the Granby Toxteth area of Liverpool as part of an imaginative initiative by the Granby Toxteth Development Trust. The project, which is supported by a £8,000 grant from the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority and Veolia Community Fund, is part of a wider initiative in