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Schools that we have helped

There are two ways that we support schools and colleges across Norfolk. This is either intensively through out 'Transformative Programme' or occasionally through our 'DIY Programme'. Every school/college that we are privileged to be working with is a member of our support network: The Butterfly Effect 

Below: City Academy Norwich's Allotment ('Canalot') in August 2021

CAN (Jan 20 - Aug 21)

Above: City Academy Norwich's Allotment begins January 2020

Over the course of an entire academic year The Papillon Project has either 'kick started' a new project or 'rebooted' a forgotten project. Below is a list of all schools/colleges that have been taken part in our 'Transformative Programme'. Many of whom now follow our 'DIY Programme'. Please scroll beyond this list where you can see a collection of photographs from each of these intensively helped school allotment projects.

  • Reepham High School & College
  • Dereham Neatherd High School
  • Litcham School
  • Sprowston Community Academy
  • Thorpe St Andrew School & Sixth Form
  • City Academy Norwich
  • Hethersett Academy
  • Old Buckenham High School
  • Long Stratton High School
  • Diss High School & Sixth Form
  • The Locksley School (Norwich)
  • Aylsham High School
  • Ormiston Victory Academy

Coming soon...

We are extremely looking forward to supporting the following secondary schools during the next academic year (2021-22) who have successfully applied for our 'Transformative Programme'.

  • Smithdon High School
  • Kings' Lynn Academy
  • Downham Market Academy
  • The Hewett Academy

Reepham High School & College (2015 onwards)

Litcham School (2019-20)

Dereham Neatherd High School (2019-20)

Sprowston Community Academy (2019-20)

Thorpe St Andrew School (2019-20)

City Academy Norwich (2019-20)

Hethersett Academy (2019-20)

Long Stratton High School (2020-21)

Old Buckenham High School (2020-21)

Diss High School (2020-21)

Aylsham High School (2021)

The Locksley School, Norwich (2021)

Ormiston Victory Academy, Costessey (2021)