Whitchurch Primary School are looking to build on their already existing eco-garden which provides students with a hub where they can enjoy nature.
The garden is now 10 years old and is in need of a bit of TLC to continue to provide students with an outdoor area they can enjoy which is also framed around the curriculum.
Headteacher Joanne Daswani, said the garden has become a sanctuary for many of the children.
She said: “There are increasing numbers of children who do not have access to a garden.
“The green space is a refuge for them and is so good for them and their health and wellbeing.”
Joanne added that some of the garden needs repairing after 10 years and the school is looking for donations to help with that.
She said: “Recently things in it need repairing. The bridge has been repaired but we would like to do other repairs with the raised beds and are inviting members of the public to make donations to help us improve the garden.”
To donate contact the school at [email protected]firstname.lastname@example.org