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School Pride

A number of schools across the district are working in partnership with the Street Pride / In Bloom groups

Schools are important because their pupils are the Street Priders of the future. If, by the activities that are carried out, young people learn about the impact we all have on our surroundings and what we can do to improve it, the district will remain a place for everyone to enjoy.

Schools which have been or are still involved include;

- Alderman Jacobs Primary School, Whittlesey

- Alderman Payne Primary School, Parson Drove

- All Saint's Inter-Church Academy, March

- Benwick Primary School

- Cromwell Community College, Chatteris

- Friday Bridge Primary School

- Kinderley Community Primary School, Tydd St Giles

- Manea Primary School

- Neale Wade Academy, March

- Park Lane School, Whittlesey

- Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey

- Wisbech St Mary Primary School

- Wisbech Grammar School

- The Wisbech School

Projects carried out so far include:

- Building willow tunnels and dens

- Planting trees and daffodil bulbs

- Bug and bird spotting

- Lessons on fruit and vegetables

- Building bird boxes

- Making bug houses

- Working with students on Eco School projects

- Litter Picking

- Community Orchards

- Plastic Bottle Greenhouses


For more information on how to get involved, please contact the Street Pride Co-ordinator on 01354 654321 or email