Class One visit Rosemoor
Class One thoroughly enjoyed our visit to RHS Rosemoor on Monday, where we had fun exploring the woodland with viewers and classification keys. The children searched enthusiastically for different types of vertebrates and invertebrates - the highlight being the newts which were a cause for much excitement.
Later we learnt how an apple pip grows into a flowering apple tree, which is pollinated to produce an apple.
Well done to the children who all tasted four unusual types of apples and were fascinated by the huge varieties of apples grown at Rosemoor and around the world.
We would like to thank the PFA for their donation which made the day possible.