Sulivan has a long tradition of providing high-quality access to learning outdoors and promoting the benefits it can bring to young people’s wellbeing and learning.
Gardening has been on the Sulivan curriculum since the early 1990s when our wild garden was designed and built with the help of children and parents who were part of the school community at that time
Today, it is an oasis of calm, and it offers the opportunity for children to interact with the natural environment, beyond what you would expect in an inner-city school. Each week children spend time learning about nature, developing their gardening skills and knowledge or using it as a resource to support other areas of the curriculum. It is our outdoor classroom where children have the space to be as one with nature.