Nuneaton housebuilder donated nature items to local school - The Coventry Observer

Nuneaton housebuilder donated nature items to local school

Holly Clement 26th Jun, 2024   0

A NUNEATON housebuilder, Barratt Homes helped Camp Hill Primary School grow with a donation of a collection of nature-friendly items

The scheme aims to help students enhance biodiversity in their school garden, promoting a greater appreciation for wildlife and the environment.

Barratt Homes, gifted a variety of items designed to create welcoming habitats for local wildlife including a bird station, nest boxes, bird feed, hedgehog homes and food, and an insect hotel.

These items will provide homes for birds, hedgehogs, and insects, helping to increase biodiversity in the school’s outdoor area.

Rachel Whittingham, headteacher at Camp Hill Primary School, said: “We are extremely grateful for the donations from Barratt Homes, and we will be sitting with the children to discuss where best to place the gifts.”

The school, located close to Barratt Homes’ Saxon View development in Nuneaton, will use these items to enhance their garden and provide hands-on learning opportunities for the students.

Steve Barton, senior sales manager at Barratt Homes Mercia, said: “We have been working with the RSPB for a decade now and want to ensure that we’re doing as much as we can to support the ecology and wildlife around our developments.

“We hope our donation of wildlife-friendly items will help the pupils at Camp Hill Primary School to continue supporting local wildlife, and aid their learning in an outdoor environment.”


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