PUPILS at Crazies Hill Primary School have built a “bug garden” to encourage wildlife.
They recycled materials such as plastic bottles and roof tiles to create the garden, which has sections for different types of wildlife.
It is decorated with plants such as lavender donated by parents and covered by a large willow dome.
The garden is near three classrooms, so pupils can look out for any wildlife using it.
Meanwhile, the children performed their end-of-term show to parents at the village hall on two days this week.