We have developed a practical course for a small group of students where they can gain valuable skills working in an outside environment. The group have done an amazing job of clearing and preparing the Inclusion Centre garden to use as their classroom. They have distributed seven tonnes of wood chippings around the school to help with the site development and make it look better. The old Polytunnel has been mended and is now ready to use for growing their seedlings and growing tomatoes in the summer months.