The school has long promoted an ethos of inclusion and developed considerable expertise in supporting the local community. The garden rebuild will be a place for children to go when angry, overwhelmed or frustrated; a place to plant a tree for a bereaved loved one; an opportunity to sew a seed, water a plant and get away from it all. Gardening provides the opportunity to build and nurture something. This brings with it the experience of creating and nurturing our own worth through acts designed to benefit others who share the communal space. It is the opportunity to create an area where a particular group of pupils can develop their self-esteem and sense of purpose by being involved in a project which will benefit their peers. This group includes children with life-threatening illnesses, SEND and children on the Vulnerable Register.