We recently visited a local infant School in Rednal, where we donated and planted 9 trees within the school grounds.
The morning involved Pupils and Teachers coming together to help in planting the variety of trees, which included: Oak, Elm, Ash, Willow, Hazel, Holly, Hawthorn and Sycamore.
Each tree has been allocated to a year group and the children in each class will be responsible for looking after them, learning about how trees are key components of any ecosystem and being able to watch them grow.
Our Health & Safety Manager Lindsey Robinson concluded the morning by presenting a small show and tell to highlight to the pupils the importance and value of trees and the meaning of each tree.
Lindsey who conducted the day said “It was a pleasure to help Rednal Hill Infants School install the trees to help the children further their understanding of where their class names originate. All of the children were enthusiastic and had a great time!”