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Robert’s life long love of Nature and his close affinity with the Earth around us and under us, is clearly visible in his Unique Style of School Sensory Gardens.

Robert’s philosophy is to “Green Up” as many schools as he and his team are able, so to do. In his unique style of hand drawn designs, he blends Nature with his general School Activity Play and Adventure items.

Planting Schemes


During recent years, Robert has won many Prestigious Awards, including Golds, Silvers and Best In Show. Robert is famed for his plant knowledge, which is encyclopaedic.

His love for plants and his expertise in using them in his school designs, has resulted in his having been awarded the Most Popular Schools Sensory Garden Designer.

Why Choose us?

Natural Style

Examples of Robert’s Sensory Gardens may be viewed on his larger Schools website of School Play Ground Designers.

Many schools have different ideas over the content of a Sensory Garden. Basically, a School Sensory Garden can be small or large and can contain anything imaginable.



Sensory Garden Designs include

Different “zones” or “rooms” with easy access

Seating areas , Sheltered seating positions

Water features , Hand water pumps

Musical items

Covered sand pits, Covered soil pits, Mud kitchens

Vegetable gardens for fruit, herbs and vegetables

Green houses and potting sheds

Pathways from different ground surfaces

Timber deckings

Performance stages Role play areas

Story reading positions

Pergolas and Arches

Mosaics areas

Turfed areas and Artificial Grass Areas

Water gardens,

Wild Life ponds and Bog Gardens

Bridges and Raised timber walkways

Rock gardens, Rock features and Climbing rocks

Scientific gardens and Nature gardens

Chicken houses and Pet areas

Wild life gardens

Fences from different natural materials

Tricycle circuits

Friendship seats

Raised timber planters

All year interest minimum maintenance plants

Sensory plants

Exciting plants (eg. Palm Trees, Exotic plants, Bamboos etc. )

British Wildflowers

Tunnels , Bridges


Climbing items

Jungle bridges


Tree Houses

Cargo nets and Climbing ropes

Somersault bars , Pull up bars and Parallel gym bars,

Trim Trails

Quiet gardens and Secret gardens

Seating arbours

Octagonal cedar shingle open sided Pavilions

Outdoor Learning areas

Storage cupboards

Wet clothes and wellingtons racks

Scooter stores and Cycle stores.

The children want to know if they can have lessons outside in the new Pavilion. The Tree House is Magical. The Yellow Brick Road pales into insignificance against your Green Grass Road ! The Parents are delighted. The World Garden is stunning. This new area will change the children`s lives forever. I knew we had found the right company when you gave me your hand drawn design.

Business Manager, Grazebrook School, London