Young gardeners have invested in their school’s future by planting trees and bulbs.
The school teamed up with Bradford Environmental Education Service (BEES) and building firm H&J Martin for the project. H&J Martin donated 100 trees.
Angela McHale, a director at the academy, said: “It was a really valuable opportunity for the children to get the chance to plant trees and bulbs.”
Year Six pupil Liam Askew said: “I think it was really good. Donating 100 trees will be good for our environment.” Classmate Tyler Richmond added: “I think it was really fun. It was sensible for school and the builders to organise planting trees.”