New play area and wildlife habitat

PUBLISHED: 11:59 03 May 2007 | UPDATED: 22:46 28 May 2010

Pictured are some of the pupils painting the fence.
Pictures: BRIAN PURDY

Pictured are some of the pupils painting the fence. Pictures: BRIAN PURDY

PARENTS, teachers and pupils enjoyed the great outdoors on Saturday working on a new play area and wildlife habitat in their school grounds. The 30-strong workforce at Cavalry Primary School, March, painted fencing, dug a new bed for a jungle garden, adde

PARENTS, teachers and pupils enjoyed the great outdoors on Saturday working on a new play area and wildlife habitat in their school grounds.

The 30-strong workforce at Cavalry Primary School, March, painted fencing, dug a new bed for a jungle garden, added a few plants and tidied up around the trees.

Fiona McCallum, deputy headteacher, who was one of the teachers who turned out, said: "It is part of a big ongoing project to develop a really good environmental area which will be a habitat for all sorts of wildlife, and a lovely area for children to play.

"We started the project in September and we anticipate we will be working on it for at least another year.


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