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Nature Watch

May has arrived waving a magic wand across our school grounds.  Our pupils have spotted cowslips, formerly a common plant of traditional hay meadows, ancient woodlands and hedgerows. The loss of these habitats has caused a serious decline in its populations so it is wonderful to see these growing again at Clevelands.

In the past they were so plentiful they were picked to adorn May garlands and Maypoles, ready for parties and dancing. An abundance of conkers looks likely judging by the 'candles' on our horse chestnut trees. These flowers provide a rich source of nectar and pollen to insects, particularly bees. We've also seen signs of birds nesting so look out for hatched egg shells on our forest floors!