Hartford pupils have been helping to sow the seeds for a greener future at a school woodland at Hartford Primary School, as part of a tree planting event coordinated by The Mersey Forest.
Year 3 pupils all pitched in to help members of The Mersey Forest team extend their school woodland.
The new trees will help enhance the school's natural play area, which is used for Forest School sessions.
Miss Fairweather, Head Teacher at Hartford Primary School, said: "Our Forest School sessions are a really important part of life at Hartford Primary School. They help to reconnect children with nature and teach important life skills such as team work.
"It's important that we enhance our Forest School area for future generations, and it was great to see so much enthusiasm from our year 3 pupils on the planting day."
Jo Sayers, Community Development Officer at The Mersey Forest, said: "We want to make Merseyside and North Cheshire one of the best places in the country to live, and this year we're planting thousands of trees across the region to achieve this vision as part of the Big Tree Plant."
The project is being coordinated by The Mersey Forest and funded by the Big Tree Plant and Woodland Trust.