The Royal Botanic Gardens welcomed children in lower Key Stage Two on Friday, 22nd June. Pupils enjoyed exploring on a delightfully sunny day, occasionally seeking shade beneath the canopy.
The UNESCO world heritage site communicated the considerable importance of plants, conservation and science behind preserving delicate life across the globe.
The fragility of our planet and associated human impact is an ever-increasing concern and rightly so. Clear recognition and appreciation of the issues facing the environment cannot be underestimated – ensuring the future generation are fully informed is vital.
Our trip to Kew furthered understanding and complemented that knowledge which children at Avenue House already demonstrate.
“In the unique Avenue House environment, as well as achieving academically, our children come home with a smile on their faces, enjoy a variety of sports with their friends, sing songs together that they have learnt for concerts – even in the summer holidays! – and are proud of their impressive artwork”