These photographs are examples of what some of the Eco-schools
in Kent have done to improve their school grounds:
Brook Community Primary School, Ashford, have
developed this bird watching house in their school grounds
Goudhurst and Kilndown CEP School, Cranbrook,
has added a living willow dome to the grounds of their school.
Hawkhurst CEP School, Hawkhurst; the school
grounds consists of this large and natural open space.
Herne Bay Infant School, Herne Bay, have
created a roof garden and painted some unusual flower pots that are
placed around the school grounds.
Hever CEP School, Edenbridge, have created
these segregated biodiversity areas on the school playground.
Holy Trinity and St John’s CEP School, Margate,
have bird boxes and lots of space to grow vegetables and plants
within their school grounds.
HolyTrinity CEP School,
Gravesend, have created this stepping stone garden.
Hunton CEP School, Maidstone, have their
growing area fenced off from the rest of the grounds.
Longfield Academy, Dartford, have used a court
yard between buildings to concentrate on growing their vegetables
Sandwich Technology School, Sandwich, have
erected these large greenhouses in their grounds, in addition to
the wind turbine.
Sheldwich Primary School, Faversham, have
developed this patio area within the school next to their school
Shorne CEP School, Gravesend, have this garden
Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys,
Canterbury, have developed a large pond area.
The Swattenden Centre, Cranbrook, have built an
outdoor classroom with various youth centres across Kent.