The children in year 3 are studying sustainability and habitats in science. Their special project is to create a wild flower meadow in the school grounds, to try and attract more wildlife into the playground. The children have been digging and raking, and preparing the ground for the wild flower seeds that will be planted very soon. In addition to the re-seeding of the area, the children have started to build a bug hotel which will encourage more bugs to their wild flower meadow. They have done a fantastic job! We can't wait to watch their seeds grow and see more bees, butterflies and bugs thriving in their new habitat.