Art installations to create school garden legacy

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Two schools in Wandsworth, Greater London have come together for a garden art installation project that they hope will create a "lasting legacy".

A group of Year 10 students from Chestnut Grove School will help to build the two installations in the grounds of Garratt Park School, a special school for children with moderate learning difficulties, autism and communicational difficulties, the Wandsworth Guardian reported.

According to the newspaper, the project will be carried out in two stages and will involve first building a series of small totem poles in the school garden, which will represent the different continents on earth.

The second part will see the students paint a mural of a globe and portraits of those taking part.

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Commenting on the school project, Antony Lipski, Autistic Resource Base manager at Garratt Park, said: "We believe this will be enthusiastically received and an exciting project for both schools."

Posted by David Webb   - 26 November 2010
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