Parents and pupils from Academy 360 Primary rolled up their sleeves and helped put down roots which will grow alongside the development of the school.
They planted 105 saplings provided free by The Woodland Trust, with canes and guards to support the trees as they grow.
Silver Birch, Hazel and Dogwood trees now form an avenue leading up to the primary field.
Another copse of trees was planted on the field which will grow into a woodland area which can be enjoyed by children in years to come.
Despite the bad weather, parents took up the invite to come into school and plant a tree with their child.
Youngsters wrote their names on the tree guards and teachers plan to create more permanent labels or markers in the future, so as the trees mature, there will be a lasting reminder of who planted it.
Key Stage 2 Forest Club helped to measure the area, decide where to plant and mark out the site ready for parents and children to dig. They also helped to organise equipment during the day. They will be responsible for the ongoing care and maintenance of the trees.