Keepmoat Homes donates £4,000 to Rosherville CoE Academy for new gardenAbigail Kemp
As part of its commitment to creating a sustainable community during the construction of our Cable Wharf development in Northfleet, Keepmoat Homes supported Rosherville Church of England Academy with a cash donation for a new edible garden.
The garden is situated in a quiet corner of the school between two classrooms, and the play area is outside and provides both children and staff with a quiet and reflective space during school time and during breaks.
In addition, the garden will provide the children with the opportunity to learn to grow vegetables and herbs, which will be used in the school’s canteen.
Justine Roddan, head of school at Rosherville Church of England Academy, said: “We wanted the garden to reflect our values as well as offer our pupils a calm and reflective area in the school for quiet tranquillity and time to think to support with their emotional well-being.
“We are very grateful to Keepmoat Homes for supporting us with the funding of the garden which will make a huge difference to our pupils.”
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