Year 6 will be participating in a fantastic workshop at Kew Gardens this Thursday 4 February.
The children will get a chance to follow in the footsteps of Darwin and unravel the mysteries of how plants have adapted to a variety of habitats, from dry deserts to hot and steamy rainforests. The children will be taken on a multi-sensory journey through lush rainforests, dry arid deserts and temperate bogs to unravel the mysteries of evolution and adaptation.
The children will be leaving school at 09.30 and should be back at the end of the school day. They will need to wear full school uniform and a coat appropriate for the weather. They will also need a packed lunch in a disposable bag with snacks and a drink in a plastic bottle. If your child normally has a school lunch, a packed lunch will be provided. We will be travelling by train, so would appreciate as many parent/ carer helpers as possible. The cost of the travel and workshop is £10.00 per child.
We are looking forward to a great day!
Stanley Primary School, Strathmore Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 8UH
Tel: 020 8977 4858