Working with Carr Hill High School

We are really pleased to be delivering 6 workshops with students in Years 7 and 8 this Autumn.  Wildlife, living in the school grounds, are about to benefit from the students participation on a series of workshops designed to prioritise, develop and take ownership of a wildlife area in the school garden. 

The first few sessions are where the children explore and identify habitats and wildlife sightings across the school garden.  Followed closely behind with workshops where the children prioritise, design and take ownership of the area so that wildlife is encouraged to visit and stay on the grounds.  

Later on the students will be able to design and construct wildlife homes and place them in the wildlife garden.  

WildAider Charlie Pass said: I am thrilled to be working with the students. We are ambitious to engage with the children at the high school as there is such a strong chance the students will gain new skills, knowledge and a true passion for wildlife conservation. Who knows we may have a young David Attenborough in the group.  

We will be posting regular updates across our facebook page and on the website. We will be so pleased if you follow all our progress. 

"It's all about encouraging people to participate and learn about the natural world through hands on discovery."

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