AN 'unloved' corner of a primary school has been transformed by teachers and pupils.

Bruche Primary School's courtyard - which is dedicated to late former pupil Eve Shepherd - has been transformed by staff, parents and students.

They worked in snowy conditions to turn a 'tired and unloved area into a beautiful space'.

Youngsters will now be able to grow their own plants and vegetables in the area, which will also be used as a 'quiet space for reflection'.

Woolston-based landscape supplier Scotbark donated new bark flooring and compost for the new courtyard.