The Vine Inter-Church

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Wildlife at the Vine

Welcome to our exciting
Learning Outside the Classroom project:
Wildlife at the Vine


Through this project - the pupils will be encouraged to appreciate and love the wonders of nature.  We aim to nurture and foster a respect for our  environment and a love of God. Through us all working together to respect our school grounds, we are building upon our belief that ‘as many hands build a house, so many hearts make a school.’ 


Who are our wildlife neighbours?

With help of some camera traps we follow what interesting wildlife are visiting our school grounds or call it their home (habitat).

Keep your eyes peeled, because we will share our findings here on the website. Hopefully we will get many sightings, then we will have lots of animals to show you! Have a look at our wildlife footage and get more information about our visitors in Animal Facts.


To move between the various items, please click on the links


Latest News


Update 25.05.23


Unfortunately, this week there has been some technical issues with our wildlife cameras with only two out of four recording. However our two working cameras managed to record very busy squirrels and lots of foraging birds.

Over the half term break you might be out and about in the local community or travelling further afield maybe you could capture some wildlife pictures or videos from the places you visit and then email them to and then we can share them on our community post.

The wildlife trust are running some family sessions if you would like to join them



Update 19.05.23


The school’s wildlife has been very shy this week with not very many visitors, however we have been able to hear lots of lovely birdsong.

Can you help me name the type of bird in the woods?

To see this weeks videos please follow the link to the video resources centre


Find out about our Wildlife visiting this week

Foxes, badgers and hedgehogs



Community Posts

Do let us know, if you see some great wildlife in your garden, park, balcony, please sent us your photos (just ask your parent/carer for permission).


The Wildlife Team

Wildlife Extra