Wellbeing Art Challenge

Senior School
20 May 22

Historic Houses England is inviting all schools to take part in the Tower of London’s Superbloom project and Wellbeing Art Challenge.

We have been challenged to plan and create a group artwork, inspired by how gardens play a vital role in supporting nature and our own wellbeing. It should represent how gardens, and the biodiversity they support, help the student’s own personal emotional and physical wellbeing, the wellbeing of all human beings and/or other species, or even the wellbeing of the whole planet!

Our school has decided to turn a piece of land in front of Westminster House into our group artwork project – a wellbeing garden. The planters already contain some of the seeds given to the School by the Superbloom Project.

All members of the community are invited to paint a pebble which will form part of the wellbeing garden in front of Westminster House. The pebbles will be placed by some of our Juniors during PSHE on Monday 6th June, the first day back after Half Term. We do hope that you will paint a pebble and be a part of the project.

The winning entries will be chosen by the amazing Professor Nigel Dunnett, designer of the Tower of London’s Superbloom, and Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces and TV presenter!