Where should we build our Superbloom display?

By Victoria Ellis
Peel Park Primary School
Accrington, Lancashire
February 2022

Location, location, location. That indeed is what we, at Peel Park Primary, have been pondering all winter. Where should we build our Superbloom display?

There are a number of possibilities.

We could transform our school allotment garden into a flower paradise this year. The infrastructure is there and the area is easily accessible for watering and using the site. But is it really transformative? It’s quite a busy area with no space for quiet reflection.

Peel Park Primary School are preparing their school grounds for the Superbloom Schools Project led by the Tower of London.
Peel Park Primary School are preparing their school grounds for the Superbloom Schools Project led by the Tower of London.

Perhaps we could use this opportunity to transform a neglected area of the school site. This corner could be transformed to create a permanent garden for students, staff and parents to relax and reflect in. Of course the challenges here speak for themselves. Can we tame the wilderness?

Decisions! Decisions! Where would you build your garden?

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