School Landscapes Strategies

Schools Landscape Programme

Introductory Briefing

Introductory Briefing

Workshops at briefing session

An Introductory Briefing is held annually, usually in the Spring term, for schools who may be interested in being included on the programme in the following Autumn. The briefing is open to the Head Teacher and one other school representative.

The Schools Landscape Programme team work with a rolling programme of schools within each academic year.

Video clip: Hear why it is important that you as a Headteacher are involved in the Programme

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Delegates 2010

  • Abbotswood Junior School

  • Hook Infant School

  • Hook Junior School

  • John Keble Church of England Primary School

  • Liphook Church of England Junior School

  • New Milton Junior School

  • Poulner Infant School

  • Poulner Junior School

  • Ropley Church of England Primary School

  • Smannell and Enham Primary School

View the full list of delegates for 2010 Microsoft Word 77kb


Programme 2010

Thursday 22nd April 2010

The Professional Centre, Falcon House, Romsey Road, Winchester

9.00 – 9.30 am Registration, tea and coffee

9.30 – 9.40 am Welcome

Joanna Wheeler-Bennett SLP Landscape Architect

9.40 – 10.00 am Overview/context

Glynis Wright County Inspector/Adviser (PDL)

HCC Children’s Services

10.00 –10.30 am Schools Landscape Programme

What is whole site planning? How will it help you?   

Catherine Eldred SLP Landscape Architect

10.30 – 10.50 am The value of a strategic approach

School guest speaker Alison Langrish – Head Otterbourne School

10.50 – 11.10 am Tea and coffee

11.10 – 11.40 am Getting started

Forming an effective Steering Group

Planning your information gathering

Jane Hunter SLP Landscape Architect

11.40 – 12.00 noon Getting started and links with the community  

Ms Holly Wood Governor Durley Primary School

12.00 – 12.15 pm Next steps

Joanna Wheeler-Bennett SLP Landscape Architect


12.15 – 1.30pm Lunch


Summary of feedback

Download the feedback from the primary schools that attended this years Introductory Briefing:

Summary of feedback from Introductory Briefing 2010 Microsoft Word 38kb