Brunswick Primary School

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Biodiversity in Brunswick

Why do people disrespect pigeons?  a poem by Niko Mathews in year 5, has been shortlisted in the Brighton Festival Peacock Poetry competition. Congratulations. Click here to read the poem.

Native Tree Species Planted at Brunswick

In November, we received thirty native hedgerow saplings from the Woodland Trust. The species include: dog rose, hawthorn, hazel, crab apple, dogwood.

Green Team members and Year 3 children got their hands dirty as they helped to identify and plant the new saplings.

Once grown, the hedge will welcome in the wildlife. Mammals, insects and birds all love the shrubs in the new hedge. Hopefully, they will also help hedgehogs and dormice stay on the move.

The trees will make a natural screen between the sloped path and neighbouring houses to the North of the school. Keep an eye out for the young trees in the spring when they will come into leaf.

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To find out more about the Biodiversity at Brunswick Primary School read the Powerpoint presentation on the right. Once you've finished a page just click on it to go to the next page.

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Enjoy our videos of the Brunswick foxes below.