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Developer helps St Augustine’s Primary School with outdoor classroom scheme

Schoolchildren celebrate a boost to their garden project, pictured with St Augustines Catholic Voluntary School deputy head teacher Emma Houlton and Linden Homes Midlands site manager at The Brambles development, Steve Summers. EMN-140515-095433001

Schoolchildren celebrate a boost to their garden project, pictured with St Augustines Catholic Voluntary School deputy head teacher Emma Houlton and Linden Homes Midlands site manager at The Brambles development, Steve Summers. EMN-140515-095433001

Youngsters at St Augustine’s Primary School in Stamford are a step closer to being able to move lessons outdoors to learn about the environment and nature – thanks to Linden Homes Midlands.

The house builder has given £250 to the school, which will go toward its plans to develop a designated outside learning space – with wildlife garden, tree planting, fire pit and wildlife surveillance/ tracking equipment.

Our picture above shows deputy headteacher Emma Houlton and Linden Homes site manager Steve Summers.

 

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