Bitten by the insect bug

PUBLISHED: 12:39 13 July 2006 | UPDATED: 10:28 06 May 2010

Schoolchildren have been making homes for their insects

Schoolchildren have been making homes for their insects

CHILDREN at Woolenwick Infant School have been doing their bit for creepy crawlies in the area. Pupils have been learning about mini-beasts such as bees, caterpillars, grasshoppers, worms and slugs after joining the RSPB Wildlife Explorer Club. They ha

CHILDREN at Woolenwick Infant School have been doing their bit for creepy crawlies in the area.

Pupils have been learning about 'mini-beasts' such as bees, caterpillars, grasshoppers, worms and slugs after joining the RSPB Wildlife Explorer Club.

They have also been feeding birds, making homes for the mini-beasts, being environmentally friendly, saving water and electricity.

A school spokesman said: "We will be working towards eco school status next term and the fact that we have an environmental club will go towards our meeting the success criteria.

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