The Key Education Centre, Havant, offers education for children who are temporarily unable to attend school because of the following reasons:
• they have been permanently excluded from school
• they are at risk of being permanently excluded from school
• they are unable to access school because they are emotionally vulnerable
• they are unable to access school because they are facing an absence of 15+ continuous school days due to ill health.
Horizon 20:20 More and Better: Alternative Portraiture City Space, Winchester Discover Centre, 27 Apr - 15 May
Pop Up Theatre group work at Westbury Manor Museum – Putting on a Show
Support from Hampshire Gardens Trust
In July, Hampshire Gardens Trust became involved with a brief to provide summer colour for terracotta pots which had been decorated by the students (made during Horizon 20:20 arts-interventions), and to make an impact on the neglected raised beds – all of which was aimed at encouraging engagement by the students in the outdoor space. Bedding plants were bought with money raised from a visit by the Hampshire, Wiltshire and Berkshire gardening group to Bentworth Lodge, the home of our former Chairman, Peter Andreae and his wife Rosemary.
HGT Trustee, Jill Walmsley writes, "The terracotta pots were successfully planted up with colourful flowers and though it is not always easy to engage with the students, it is anticipated that with more contact they will become increasingly involved."