Bede's has completed a pledge to plant 2,000 trees on its senior school site.
Over the last two months, the school's grounds team – alongside pupils and members of the Bede's community – have been busy planting the final 800 trees.
The initial 1,200 trees were planted last Spring and the whole initiative is the result of a generous donation from a former parent at the school.
The trees that have been planted include Field Maple, Wild Cherry, Silver Birch and Rowan which will encourage birds, wildlife and berries.
The bare root trees were acquired directly from English Woodlands.
The Grounds team, made up of Leigh, Adam, Ashley and Jason, has played a part in planting every single tree.
Jason said: "It is quite a vision, seeing all of the trees planted finally. It has come such a long way!
"Being a part of this eco-initiative and seeing the pupils get involved has been great.
"It was a lot of work but will be so worth it in years to come, once the trees have bloomed."