Environmental Education Workshop

The site team visited Botanic Primary School in Belfast to deliver a presentation on ‘Minibeasts’ and their importance to our environment.

Primary 1 and Primary 2 pupils were the classes chosen, as Biodiversity is currently on their curriculum, so they were treated to some interactive and fun learning about the environment. A workshop was also part of the school visit where the site team demonstrated how to build minibeast hotels using materials found in your own home and the outdoors.

Botanic Primary School had this to say:

“Well done Deborah, Primary 1 and Primary 2 had lovely visits and we learned about the importance of minibeasts in our environment and made some minibeast hotels. Eco Committee will be working with Deborah to make a more permanent, large-scale minibeast hotel!”

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