Green-fingered Morley Academy pupils are definitely living the Good Life.
Year 10 and 11 construction pupils, along with numerous volunteers and Geography teacher Michelle Minton, have installed a new Eco-garden after being crowned the winners of the regional Green Schools Revolution competition.
They were awarded a commemorative plaque and given £1,000 by the Co-operative, whose programme of environmental activities and free school trips designed to inspire the next generation of green pioneers.
The school impressed judges with their range of activities, all based on the programmes key themes, and have taken a further step to help the environment by creating an area to attract wildlife, constructed an insect hotel and also have two beds for growing fruit and vegetables.
There is also a herb spiral and science classes will be using two beds for lessons and experiments.
The garden was designed by the school’s Eco-Club and built by the Conservation Volunteers, who help and support people and groups reclaim local green space.