School Enrichment Portfolio

We have had the privilege of sharing the journeys with a variety of schools in ethos and values partnership enrichment, nurturing spirituality and wellbeing through chaplaincy provision.

Please see below for our list of schools and portfolio of some of our partnership enrichment, Tree of Life… and reflective garden projects. We evaluate each project with the school community to ensure high standards and effectiveness.

School Partnerships

  • Blair Peach Primary School, Southall, London
  • Tudor Primary School, Southall, London
  • St Pauls C of E Primary School, Hammersmith, London
  • Aldermaston C of E Primary School, Berkshire
  • St Barnabas C of E Primary School, Oxford
  • SS Philip and James C of E Primary, Oxford
  • Danby C of E Primary School, North Yorkshire
  • Launton C of E Primary School, Oxfordshire
  • Culham C of E Primary School, Oxfordshire
  • Blewbury Endowed C of E Primary School, Oxfordshire
  • Ottershaw C of E Primary, Surrey
  • Cornerstone Christian School, Oxford

Launton C of E Primary School, Oxfordshire – Gardening The Heart (formerly Parable Garden) Partnership Enrichment.  Click here  to download the case study document for this project

Feedback from staff about the ‘Treasure Hunting with Parables’ Theme day and Parable Prayer Garden’ Design:

  • “The activities were nourishing the children and adults both spiritually and emotionally and hopefully they would have a better understanding of the four parables as well as a deeper response from their own hearts”. Headteacher
  • “A real sense of a community with both children, teachers and the local vicar joining together and enjoying a day of creative activities relating to the four parables”. Teacher

Cornerstone Christian School, Oxfordshire – ‘Exploring Gardens in the Bible’ and Parable Prayer Garden design

Feedback from staff and pupils about the Exploring Gardens in the Bible and Parable Prayer Garden enrichment project:

“Thank you for showing us new ways to use the small church premises, creating and developing such a creative and wide-ranging project from a small garden.  It has been wonderful to allow the juniors to regularly water the garden, watching the plants grow and the flowers blossom colourfully.  We also did some dead-heading, remembering about the metaphor for pruning and spiritual growth” Teacher