Last year thousands of children became Leaf Men investigators and writers with National Schools Partnership.
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In conjunction with 20th Century Fox and Gap Kids, National Schools Partnership created a schools programme including a competition where children were given a chance to draw a picture or create a story to win a bespoke garden for their school worth £15K.
The competition was open to pupils aged 5 – 11 years with the winners design recreated into a bespoke garden built for their school. The competition received 3,000 entrants with the winning entry from Knowle Primary School.
The winning school are ‘absolutely delighted with the interpretation of Sebbie’s design’ and the warmer weather means it’s perfect timing for children to discover the Fairy Garden and the huge butterfly filled with flowers, attracting all sorts of wildlife.
Simon at Garden Box Landscape & Design has completely transformed the garden with features such as the Willow Tunnel, which is the’ perfect height for a child, making it an adult free area to explore’.