A Preparatory School year group have been praised for their application towards a special Science project.
The Year 3 contingent at Rydal Penrhos headed into the Prep School garden for the creative task surrounding plants and the garden as part of a specific topic which started within the classroom.
In preparation for the activity, each pupil has been learning with Science teacher Suzanne Wareing about the specific elements needed for plants to grow, exploring topics such as photosynthesis, nutrients and water.
This was followed by a task involving growing and maintain their own plants including grass and basil.
The project culminated in the Year 3 group creating their very own “mini-gardens”, detailing what knowledge they had acquired throughout the preparation process.
Prep School Head Alison Hind, said: “It is always brilliant to see our pupils’ work from various academic activities we put on throughout the year, and this particular Science task was met with enthusiasm and commitment that is a trademark of this current Year 3 group.
“Mrs Wareing did an incredible job in preparing them for the final topic, and this is sure to have done wonders for their overall development as they progress through their education.
“We are always looking for ways to enhance the learning of each child under our care here at Rydal Penrhos, something which has been the trademark of our success over the course of time.”