Over the weekend of 24th and 25th June, our school opened the nature grounds (the school garden, pond and meadow) to the public as part of the Bridlington Old Town Association Secret Gardens event. Over 14 private gardens were open to the public to visit. We had almost 100 people visit our grounds. Their responses were overwhelmingly positive: most had no idea that we had such wonderful grounds (as all you can see from the front of the school are the buildings); some thought that a school would offer a selection of potted plants to show at the best – they were very pleasantly surprised; they were very impressed by the Forests for the Future tree seedlings and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Tree. It was a great weekend for all and we enjoyed showing the public what we do and discussing the great benefits our grounds and work bring the pupils.