The magical atmosphere in the garden inspired a lot of creativity. Children drew and wrote about their new environment; teachers spoke about it and did sketches.
Some of the younger students reacted spontaneously to the sensory inputs, while others engaged with the spaces more reflectively, using them as a starting point for stories and poems. Keys features of the garden provided a focal point for framing – used by students to isolate elements they found interesting.
A crayon rendering of the garden