Tree Planting with Schools

We're eager to educate and participate in carbon reduction and that's why we think it's important to work with local schools.


Why we Plant

Tree planting with schools benefits both the environment and the students. Creating green spaces will absorb Carbon Dioxide and give the students & teachers an area in which they can switch off and detox from day to day school life.

That’s why we’ll Plant at your School for Free!

  • At least 1 tree per student
  • Short educational seminar about why planting trees is important
  • Tree planting day will be in season – between November & March
  • All equipment will be supplied by us
  • Your trees will benefit current & future generations
  • Create homes & food for animals to flourish
Get in touch to arrange a tree planting day at your school...

How we Plant

At the schools we’re using the Miyawaki technique, planting ‘micro forests’ at each school. This method is to create a densely packed, fast growing forest that once grown becomes a very efficient carbon sink. We will be planting at least one tree per pupil at the schools we visit. We hope this experience will help to grow an environmentally friendly ethos at each school.

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Where we’ve Planted

We’re proud to say that we’ve planted nearly 2,000 trees across 8 schools in Suffolk. Our hope is that educating the students about climate change and the importance of trees at a young age will inspire an eco-friendly generation.

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Rougham Primary School

In Rougham we planted one of our largest micro forest to date with over 400 trees! The pupils were eager & excited to get all the trees done before the end of the day!

Learn about Rougham Primary School...
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Abbots Green Academy

At Abbots Green Academy we planted another large micro forest; over 400 trees! The pupils were eager & excited to get all the trees done despite the rain!

See more about Old Newton Primary School...
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Great Barton Primary School

At the start of next year we are going to be planting our first ‘micro forest’ at Great Barton Primary School. We will use the Miyawaki method to create a densely packed, fast growing forest that once grown becomes a very efficient carbon sink. We will be planting enough for every pupil in the school to have a go at planting a tree, almost 200 in total. This will help to support the environmentally friendly ethos that is already a big part of life at Great Barton Primary.

Learn about Great Barton Primary School...
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Ringshall Primary School

The students at Ringshall helped us plant 250 trees for their micro forest & hedgerow on the school field. All the students worked really hard and were excited to learn about why planting is so important.

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Old Newton Primary School

We joined the students at Old Newton Primary School to plant 250 trees for the micro forest we’re growing on the school field. The students were enthusiastic, worked hard and promised to protect the trees from any rogue footballs!

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Norton Primary School

At the beginning of February we went to Norton Primary School to teach the kids about the environment and plant a micro forest! The kids were great and helped us plant over 170 trees.

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Chilton Primary School

In February 2022 the students at Chilton Primary School helped us plant 250 trees on their school field. We had a brilliant day planting both a hedgerow and a micro forest.
Learn about Rougham Primary School...