Bug-hunting on the curriculum for pupils - The Stratford Observer

Bug-hunting on the curriculum for pupils

BUG hunting was recently on the curriculum for pupils

Youngsters from Quinton Primary School popped along to housebuilder Redrow’s

Poets Grange development near Stratford to take part in a wildlife-friendly class to learn more about the nature on their doorstep.

The interactive session, in partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, took place in the gardens of the show homes at the Station Road development, and was designed to help educate and inspire local youngsters on the importance of insects and their impact on the environment.

Elaine Cartwright, sales director for Redrow Midlands, said: “It is crucial for the future of the planet to spark young people’s interest in the importance of nature early on and how we can all protect it. Hosting the class with the wildlife trust is just one way we are helping to nurture the curiosity of the young people in the local community, especially when it come to the great outdoors.”


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