Back in 2010, a group of people came up with the idea to build a multi-sensory garden on a piece of disused land that lies at the back of the school. Since then, the school sensory garden has evolved into an outdoor oasis for children to climb, run, learn and play. Outdoor play is so important for young children. It helps develop the children’s sensory, social and emotional skills and it creates unique learning experiences for children. Highlights of the garden include treehouses, slides, a swing, a pizza hut and oven, a rope bridge, a climbing rope and many more hidden gems. Our school is very proud to have this precious resource and we look forward to seeing it evolve over the coming years. The school also has an infant play area where there is a sandpit, a play cooker, tyres, hopscotch and much more. The children love playing there all year round.