The school won a small grant for a sensory garden. The garden also had to be fully accessible.
The concept was based on the 5 senses; smell, sight, sound, touch and taste. Each sense was represented by a different planting area. Each area was to be planted with plants that stimulated a particular sense. Five raised bed areas surrounded the seating.
Construction was by Kingdom Gardens.
The school added equipment, mirrors and instruments to augment the sensory experience.