News Feb 29, 2024

A Level students complete their biodiversity projects

Our A Level students, working with the John Clare Countryside Partnership and the IEG Estates team, have completed a number of biodiversity projects:

  • Planted native plants and wildflowers near the Stamford reception
  • Built two large bug houses adjacent to the A level block and car park
  • Purchased ‘bee bombs’ to seed the grassed area near the Stamford Bistro
  • Planted wildflowers and ivy behind the Art Block
  • Produced publicity to encourage young people to improve biodiversity and reduce their carbon footprints
  • Worked on habitat clearance for 2 days at Swaddywell Pit
  • Made bird feeders and hung them in trees around the campus
  • Presented their findings and developed personal and business skills.
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