Our wildlife garden has flourished over the summer holidays! It has provided a riot of colours and minibeasts galore have been visiting!
Bumble bees, hover flies, honey bees, ants, flies, snails and slugs have all been spotted in the flowers.
Miss Jackson is going to be working with children to add in the bug hotels, log piles and tyre gardens. It is so exciting seeing it progress and come alive with the buzz and hum of minibeasts.
Even though some of the plants look like weeds they are still important to the wildlife. They provide places for bugs to lay eggs, places for bugs to hide and of course they are a source of food.