St Edith's Marsh Rowde
The Rowdeford Eco-Learning Project aims to open doors to rewarding and sustainable futures in the community and in workplaces for young people with communication and interaction difficulties.
To achieve this, the school is striving to become a hub for community environmental learning breaking down barriers between people with special needs, the wider community and workplaces.
The focus will be on learning opportunities in the main woodland, other areas of the grounds including the existing Victorian Kitchen Garden. All-weather wheelchair access is a priority. Development of an Eco-shelter is planned for 2012 with a main Eco-Building in 2013.
Environmental or ecological centre