The Holy Trinity Church of England (Aided) School in Marlow will be planting trees, bushes and hedges to make the school a greener environment.

The school, who are based on Wethered Road in the town, will come together with the help of Chiltern Rangers on Thursday, November 28, where they’ll plant numerous trees, fruit bushes and native hedgerows to name just a few, to ‘give homes to wildlife and clearing the copse out to make space for an Outdoor Learning area that all children at the school will be able to benefit from.’

Georgina Allen, who is the school’s head of Year 4, told the Bucks Free Press: “We are so blessed as a school to have such a huge amount of land, however, we'd really like to make better use of it and improve our environmental impact.

“Donations from the public would also be put to great use in the development of our outdoor learning area so we would like to reach out to the community.”

The event has been organised by the school’s Year 4 teacher and outdoor learning coordinator, Meredith Tiala.