Save the World Club recycle and upcycle to create vibrant flower pots
The Environment Agency donated some B&Q vouchers to be used to help us enhance our school outdoor environment. Students attending Save the World Club have had fun since May half term, repurposing old tyres by painting them to create amazing raised flower pots. We purchased paint in lots of vibrant colours and have carefully designed and created a minion at the front of the school, a ladybird near the steps to the field, and have nearly finished a frog to go next to the school pond. The flowers are looking beautiful and are attracting insects to our school gardens, essential for pollinating the flowers and vegetables grown by the Green Club students.
We are planning to plant crocuses in the Autumn and sow wildflower seeds to provide flowers through out the year. Come and join the eco-team in September so that we can tum more old tyres into creative, beautiful flowerpots for our school grounds!
The flowerbeds next to the pond have also been lined with the eco-bricks that Save the World Club and Green Club have made over the past 2 years. We are passionate about recycling materials and giving them a new purpose. Come any enjoy our beautiful school grounds!