Children from several classes come together one afternoon a week to renovate our sensory garden. They have used shears to cut back the bushes and spades and trowels to dig up the weeds. They have planted bulbs which are now flowering, potatoes, peas and herbs. The children learn to work together as well as gaining a sence of ownership of the school. The pupils also benefit from the positive effects on mental wellbeing that comes from outside working. We have achieved the level two award from the Royal Horticultural Society's campaign for School Gardening and are currently working towards the level three.