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Outdoor Classroom
England

The Outdoor Classroom located at Capel Manor is dedicated to children and young people and used as a base for school children on organised visits to the college and grounds. The garden is also open to the public when not in use as a classroom. The Outdoor Classroom offers many opportunities to learn about horticulture, ecology, horticulture, science, wildlife and weather conditions whilst offering inspiration for photography and art. Most importantly the garden offers fun for all ages.

The inspiration and concept of the garden comes form discussions between London Borough of Enfield and Capel Manor College. The garden seeks to be an exemplar for teachers, architects, engineers, planners, governing body members and others concerned with improving school sites and encouraging green innovation.

VolkerFitzpatrick and VolkerHighways through their sponsorship has brought from a concept to living a environment this unique green space and learning experience which will evolve over many years

Copyright: Tony Pincham Images For Industry
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11076x5538
Hochgeladen: 01/07/2009
Aktualisiert: 03/10/2014
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Tags: classroom; garden; capel manor; horticulture
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