School21 Sensory & Community Garden

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School21 Sensory & Community Garden

School21 Sensory & Community Garden

School21 By School21

Our vision for a sensory and community garden is that will become a sanctuary for our SEN students, improve air quality and teach our students the valuable lessons in agriculture and climate systems

Newham Idea stage

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We have a bold vision for our sensory and community garden which will include the following features **Sensory Garden– sensory features throughout the garden that will have smell, touch and visual elements to excite the senses of our students with special needs (SEN) **Raised planter beds with permanent and seasonal fruit and vegetables which can be used in our kitchens for school meals or sold by our students to our community to raise extra funds for the school **Garden wall exhibition highlighting how planets can feature in urban environments around Newham borough **Seating areas for students to take in the surroundings during break times **Greenhouse, solar panels and mini wind turbines to teach students about climate systems and renewable energy **Tools, equipment and shed to maintain and house garden accessories

What we'll deliver:

  • Raised Planter Boxes
  • Garden Wall
  • Sensory Garden Features
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Garden Shed
  • Solar Panel
  • Mini Wind Turbine
  • Plants and Trees
  • Seating

Why it's a great idea:

Planting a garden requires teamwork, patience, and perseverance. Caring for a living thing, watching it grow and thrive, and reaping the harvest teaches respect, pride, and commitment. Although these skills are rarely tested, or recorded, these are the lessons that will stick with students throughout their lifetime Below are just some of the ways in which a school garden will benefit our students, from new skills to improved academic performance: • Physical activity. • Responsibility and independence. • Self-confidence. • Teamwork and communication. • Literacy, numeracy and biology. • Healthy lifestyles. • Environmental awareness. Finally we believe that If the UK is to reach its bold climate change targets we want to be teaching the leaders of tomorrow at School21 and a school garden will help us achieve that ambition

Steps to get it done:

  • Agree Scope, Design and Deliverables
  • Commence Supply Procurement
  • Commence Development
  • Phase 1 Garden Complete

Gallery

Location Newham

About the space

Custom Location

Council

London Borough of Newham

How will the money be spent?Total £15,326

Green House - £3,000 (20%)
Tools and Supplies - £3,000 (20%)
Raised Garden Beds and Planting Spaces - £2,500 (16%)
Plants (Vegetable, Fruit, Others) - £2,000 (13%)
Garden Seating - £1,000 (7%)
Solar Panels - £1,000 (7%)
Small Wind Turbine - £1,000 (7%)
Tool Shed - £500 (3%)
Other - £1,326 (9%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. Before entering fundraising these costs will be confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified by the verifier.

20%
Green House
£3,000
20%
Tools and Supplies
£3,000
16%
Raised Garden Beds and Planting Spaces
£2,500
13%
Plants (Vegetable, Fruit, Others)
£2,000
7%
Garden Seating
£1,000
7%
Solar Panels
£1,000
7%
Small Wind Turbine
£1,000
3%
Tool Shed
£500
9%
Other Read More
£1,326
  • Spacehive fees
    £700
  • Transaction Fees
    £486
  • VAT
    £140

Total £15,326

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