This summer the PTFA hope to begin phase 1 of our well-being garden project, creating an enhanted and beautiful space for the children to emerse themselves in nature within the grounds of the school. A place to sit quietly with friends away from the classroom or the bustling playground and have moment of peace, mindfulness and watch the wildlife flourish. We plan to create an enclosed wooodland of natives such as; silver birch, hazel, hornbeam and field maple creating the backdrop for a mix of native and non-native woodland edge loving perennials, incluing spurge, cow parsley and goat beard. The transition to open meadow will be created by a mix of sunloving plants such as; tufted hair grasses, moor grass and colour from a mix including; persicaria, verbena, rudbeckia and sedums. With a water feature and seating area for the children to sit and watch the wildlife that stops by, the garden will enrich the childrens learning, giving them the opportunity to help plant and maintain the grounds as well as offering a space for extra curricular learning.