HIRST WOOD REGENERATION GROUP
Saltaire Primary School and Hirst Wood Regeneration Group A very special partnership
Here is a link to the mural the pupils created to mark the bicentenary of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal
The links below will take you to pages about some of the projects to which Saltaire Primary School have contributed so much
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Fairy Doors
Hirst Wood Nature Reserve
Little Free Library
Using Hirst Wood Nature Reserve as their inspiration, pupils of Year Two created some magical Fairy Doors. These were then installed and were the subject of a magical night just before Christmas. Check out these links
Saltaire Primary School was quick to seize on the opportunities that Hirst Wood Nature Reserve offered as an outdoor classroom, a place to observe nature close up and a source of inspiration. They have contributed to several projects on the reserve as you can see from the links opposite.
When HWRG decided to install one of the first Little Free Libraries in the north of England next to the children’s playground, Saltaire Primary School immediately volunteered to decorate it. Take a look at the link below and see what an amazing job they made of it.
SPS Little Free Library SPS Little Free Library SPS Fairy Doors SPS Fairy Doors SPS A Magical Night SPS A Magical Night SPS The School Garden SPS The School Garden SPS Drawing inspiration SPS Drawing inspiration SPS Starting to create a mosaic SPS Starting to create a mosaic SPS We made a mosaic THE VIDEO SPS We made a mosaic THE VIDEO Saltaire Primary School Website Saltaire Primary School Website Saltaire Primary School Website
The Nature Reserve was also the inspiration for a project on artist and writer William Morris, as you can see from this link
SPS William Morris SPS William Morris SPS Planting and Hapa-Zome SPS Planting and Hapa-Zome SPS Hirst Lock Mural SPS Hirst Lock Mural