The first involved a tour of the park to identify key habitats, the wildlife they benefited and why. These ideas were all noted down by the students for further discussion back at school. The second activity was more practical, with each student making their own bug hotel to take home to their garden.
The afternoon began with a quick walk (in the pouring rain!) around the school grounds for the wildlife ambassadors to identify areas already managed for wildlife, and areas that could be improved. Groups then discussed and brainstormed ideas as to how the features seen at Holywells Park could be applied to their own school grounds.