Saltaire Primary School and Hirst Wood Regeneration Group A very special partnership
The links below will take you to pages about some of the projects to which Saltaire Primary School have contributed so much
Hirst Wood Nature Reserve
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 on the left and right
The Nature Reserve was also the inspiration for a project on artist and writer William Morris, as you can see from this link
In recent years Saltaire Primary School have used the Nature Reserve  to display their artwork and spend an evening, just before Christmas, exploring and following art trails Check out these links
Little Free Library
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.
Artists at work
It is not only the Nature Reserve that has brought out the best of the pupils’ artistic flair as you can see from the projects below
As part of the celebrations for the bi-centenary of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, pupils studied how it worked in the past and the present. Then they produced this magnificent mural based on what they had seen.
Hirst Lock Mural
62 Saltaire Road
Having produced such a triumphant mural at Hirst Lock, SPS pupils next turned their attention to the ambitious task of brightening up a drab building at the heart of the community.