These are schools/colleges who have received our 'hard help' programme.
With over six years of experience behind us with creating and developing school allotments. From the first 'accidental pilot' project: ‘The Allotment Project’ (Project 1) at Reepham High School & College (which inspired the creation of The Papillon Project as an independent charity) to an additional 10 school allotment projects (as of 2020) that we have intensively aided the creation and development of to a support network with 20 plus secondary schools that covers most of Norfolk, big things really do have small beginnings!
Please see below for a visual collection of our charitable work in schools and ones that are on the way!
Project 1:The Allotment Project at Reepham High School & College
Our 'accidental pilot' project that began in 2015
We would love to take the opportunity here to show the visual work of ‘The Allotment Project’ (Project 1) that was created at Reepham High School and College. The multi-awarding Allotment Project is therefore the blueprint model for us to use in other schools and colleges. Any aspect, idea and creation that you see from the examples below can certainly be replicated in other schools/colleges on the same or smaller scale.
The Allotment Project in 2020 (credit Cathal Sayer)
The Allotment Project: A Short Documentary by Louis Johnson (2018)
Since 'The Allotment Project' at Reepham High School & College (which inspired the creation of The Papillon Project) the following schools have received our transformative help with the creation and/or the significant development of their school allotment projects. It is our continue privilege to support these schools.
Please see our 'WHAT WE OFFER' page for more information about how we carry out our charitable work in schools every year and how individual schools can get involved.
Upcycled ⬆️♻️ shelter made entirely from pallets & reclaimed wood is well on the way at Diss High School's #Allotment & @ThePapillonPro🦋 was 𝙫𝙚𝙧𝙮 pleasantly surprised to see that the school has made their very own allotment sign too! Hand painted by students on pallet wood! https://t.co/wSJtNbn9Vo