In close consultation with SEN schools and provisions, TGC deliver a varied range of sessions and programmes for students with SEN. Take a look at some example offers below and get in touch to find out how TGC can respond to your individual requirements!
Accredited Plant Care & Land Maintenance Courses
Stimulating year-round skills-based programmes delivered in community garden spaces leading to a WJEC accredited qualification for groups of KS3&4 students with SEN.
Wonderful World of Bees Sessions
A day full of sensory activities for a class of SEN students at our apiary at Gillespie Park in north London!
- Children visit a live hive and meet a beekeeper
- Roll and dip beeswax candles to take home
- Honey tasting and honey to take home to share with loved ones!
Pizza Plot Sessions
Children discover the journey from plot to plate through visiting a beautiful community garden, harvesting herbs, making dough and creating their own pizza ready to be fired in our clay pizza oven! A great day of food adventures for a class of SEN students of any age.
Growing through the Seasons: An In-School Gardening Programme
Bring your school garden to life in this year-round gardening programme for SEN schools
- Children get involved in 12 hands-on gardening sessions
- Develops resilience and a love of nature
- Increase biodiversity on school grounds with plants, trees and compost included in the cost
Weekly SEN Urban Forest School Programme
An amazing opportunity for child-led exploration of nature. Forest School can be a transformative experience for SEN students without the constraints of the traditional classroom environment. Children develop confidence and independence through skills-based activities such as shelter building and fire lighting, all led by the TGC team.
TGC's popular hybrid outdoor stay and play/ forest school sessions for 0-5’s with SEN and their parents and carers. Includes warm snacks, stories, songs and play in nature including our mud kitchen, water world and mark making station. A great way for parents and children to socialise in a gently stimulating environment which builds support networks for parents and encourages physical development in children, language skills and much more.