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Sensory Garden 

In November of 2022, Spandan School saw the opening of a unique one-of-a-kind Sensory Garden for special children. The garden is designed with the prime objective of stimulation and engagement of five basic senses in a human body ie sight, smell, sound, touch, and taste. The garden allows special children to connect with nature and encourages them to be aware of their surroundings and respond to them. 


The Focus


Sensory garden pathways support special children by stimulating a wide range of neurological responses. It allows for cognitive function to develop in a safe and peaceful environment. The Sensory Garden at Spandan is equipped with a water body - mini pond, tactile pathways and wall, sand pit, musical wall, all types of swings, slide with ropeway and climber and a trampoline. These sensory created spaces allow special kids to engage in playful activities along with sensory integration therapy. With increased cognition and reduced hyperactivity, Autistic children are most benefited from such a sensory experience in a garden format. 


  • Improves physical fitness, mood, and cognition

  • Improves fine and gross motor co-ordination

  • Encourages group activities

  • Reduces aggression and agitation through visual and auditory experiences

  • Reduces aggression and agitation through visual and auditory experiences

  • Improves sensory processing by stimulation of neural pathways

  • Allows for a meditative space for stress release

  • Outdoor play therapy aids in sun exposure which is highly beneficial for a child’s overall physical health

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